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post #1 of 74 (permalink) Old 11-28-2016, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Weather Tech Side Window Deflectors - In-Window-Channel

They are now available. Has anyone tried them yet?

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Just got an email today about them. If I didn't already have a set from WellVisors I would get these. I've had in channel on my other cars from WeatherTech and they've been very good.
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Hmmm, I wonder if they help with wind noise. Id play twice the price for that!
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Just ordered mine! Glad I waited it out.


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With shipping approximately $115.00. I jumped for this quickly figuring "Cyber Monday" might get me a little discount. No such luck.

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I went OEM on my 2014. In channel and tape also..not visible at all! I had one of those in channel only sail right off my window going down the road in my VW. Glad I had the dealer do the install as they did make it good!

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I have a funny/sad story about these on a Toyota FJ Cruiser. (this is not a bitch but a true story and I have purchased the floor mats from them for years with no issues)

Anyway the story goes, my son ordered a set of these from Weather tech. The drivers side installed perfectly. The passengers side were 1/2 " short. When installed into the window they wouldn't hold, and would come off. He called customer service and they didn't believe him, told him the door must have been manufactured incorrectly. ( really!) He went so far as sending them a picture of measuring the over all length, and one side was shorter that the other. After seeing that picture they sent him return paperwork and shipped him out a new set. These were manufactured the same way. He called them again and they sent him paperwork to return these, with no acknowledgement of a problem on their side. He purchased another brand and they fit the first time.
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Not trying to derail the main topic, but I bought a set of C&C Worx window deflectors for my Outback... $76 from Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

They mount externally (no window channel mount that will scratch the glass) and were easy to install. Perfect fit on all 4 doors. They have the chrome strip that matches the upper window frame. The only issue is a slight amount of wind noise at highway speeds. With my recently tinted front windows, the window deflectors are almost invisible:



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Crap. I just bought and installed an OEM set after Weathertech Stated they had no plans to make them in an email last week.
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I'd love to get a sense for how you use the deflectors. Is it just so you can crack the windows without worrying about rain?

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