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06-20-2013 04:55 PM
KllrDave
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Originally Posted by NYC View Post
I want to mainly use them to keep the windows open 1 or 2" when parked for ventilation. Thanks in advance.
Hey bud, let's party...
06-20-2013 04:46 PM
Aeschylus I have the AVS in-channel visors and I bought them at autoanything.com.

Definitely make sure you get the in-channel ones, and you need to keep the windows up for a good day (or two) after you put them in.
06-20-2013 07:27 AM
Squirejoe autoanything has them on sale $44.95, set of 4 $56.99 free shipping.
I have them on my 2013 Tacoma and they are great
06-08-2012 07:45 PM
Spro12JK I bought mine from autoanything.com They are in-channel. Shipped to me total price $49.95
06-08-2012 06:46 PM
Thorshammer7 I ordered these yesterday.

Rugged Ridge 11351.12 - Rugged Ridge Front & Rear Rain Deflectors in Smoke for 07-12 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimtied JK 4 Door - Quadratec
06-08-2012 05:45 PM
NYC Thanks guys, I'll check them all out, mainly for venting, but with the soft top on rain can drip inside with window open so I hope they will help avoid that.
06-08-2012 09:07 AM
wile_coyote
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Vent Visors? like these?



I've got the stick-on type... AVS brand (p/n 94249) that I bought through Amazon for ~$50 and have held up just fine under the FL sun for nearly 2 years now. They work OK for allowing me to crack open the windows while @ work, but don't really serve any other purpose.

Furthermore, they make it a bit of a PITA when I want to remove the doors as I can't grab the door by the window frame, hang it off my shoulder, or hang the door in my garage by the window frame.
As derfC stated, there are a few pains with these. I had some on my TJ. Living down in FL (when I am done working and move back to my house there) they do help by allowing you to crack the windows and vent the heat. I have contemplated putting a set on my wifes Sahara out here as she does that all the time. I am still undecided about my Rubicon.
06-08-2012 08:44 AM
The Korean Weathertech makes some really nice ones (a smidge pricy) that go in the inside of the window frame.
06-08-2012 08:31 AM
derfC Vent Visors? like these?



I've got the stick-on type... AVS brand (p/n 94249) that I bought through Amazon for ~$50 and have held up just fine under the FL sun for nearly 2 years now. They work OK for allowing me to crack open the windows while @ work, but don't really serve any other purpose.

Furthermore, they make it a bit of a PITA when I want to remove the doors as I can't grab the door by the window frame, hang it off my shoulder, or hang the door in my garage by the window frame.
06-08-2012 04:23 AM
NYC
Rain Guard for side window

Anyone have them? Where did you buy yours? How much were they?
I've seen prices all over the place. I want to mainly use them to keep the windows open 1 or 2" when parked for ventilation. Thanks in advance.

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