what do you guys think of window rain guards?
i was thinking about getting a set for the jeep(because i have them on a suburban and like them they work) but idk how theyd look on the jeep i know they have 2 different types.
if you got them; pictures would be nice
I have them on my Super Duty, but haven't found any I like for the Jeep yet... I prefer the "In Channel" type, as the stick on type will eventually have the tape wear out if your Jeep stays out in the weather year round. It's quite a shock to the folks behind you when parts liberate from the vehicle
Someone in Nevada still won't follow me too closely in a windstorm...
2000 4.0l Sport, Auto, some mods done - planning more
I have them on my LJ. There when I got it. Not sure the brand, but they are the stick on style and are a little larger than the ones on my XJ. I made use of them all the time on the XJ. Probably would have considered getting them for the LJ if they weren't there. I have used them less on the LJ, but I think it makes a difference having the soft top on, hardtop goes on in a month.... Also, I have only had it since May.
fuel in my veins, mountains on the brain......
06 Unlimited - 2.5 ish lift, 31" KM2, working on it.
BUFFALO NY JEEPERS
(Pardon if this is out of protocol to resurrect old threads. 50% of forums LOVE that n00bs search and learn and then contribute/ask. 50% hate)
For those who said they love them, what brands do y'all use? As I have no AC I'm thinking these will be in order!
I've used them on every vehicle I've owned, with the Jeep being the exception. The only reason I don't have them now is because I have soft uppers.
My brother in law puts them on every thing he owns. He's not mechanically inclined, so I install them for him. He's been buying Wade visors and they appear to be well made, look good and are holding up well for him. I have no problem recommending them to anyone looking for vent visors.
Most people who are driving around with their windows cracked in the rain are doing it while smoking cigarettes...most non-smokers keep their windows up in the rain. lol
Oh, so I'm supposed to keep the windows up in a rainstorm? But it's more fun with the windows down and the safari top on (or no top for that matter) in a rainstorm. And if I'm supposed to keep windows rolled up, I'll take the doors off
__________________ 4.0L Auto '00 Solar Yellow TJ Sport, 4.25" Zone combo lift and 33x12.50 MTR Kevlars.
I've ran them on various cars and love them. Only problem I ran into is the in-track one resides where your window will roll up and will eventually start scratching the top 1/4-1/2 inch of window. I also have the stick on type that are on my '99 crap-box and other than starting to crack from age, they will prolly be stuck on there for life.
I'm gonna get a set for my LJ as I live in a winter state and like my interiors to breathe. And no, I don't smoke and no one smokes in my cars, just like the option of cracking the window with no worries about weather
__________________ '14 Willy's Edition Unlimited in Anvil '06 Rubi Unlimited, 3" Zone lift, Dirty Dog netting '94 Mitsu VR4, highly modified twin turbo '71 Stingray convertible, number matching & mint RetiredUSMilitary "I'd rather laugh with the sinners, than cry with the saints..."
I stopped looking for them once I quit smoking. Now i just vape with the windows up. (If I even have the doors on.) That is one good thing about Texas. Doors come off in April and don't go back on until November.