Topline Autopart Rain/Wind Guard Shade Window Visor 99-15 F250 F350 Sd Super Duty Crew Cab Truck

July 30, 2017 - Comment

100% Brand New In StockItem Exactly As The Picture ShownCustom Designed To Fit Your Specific ApplicationLong Lasting Material Designed To Withstand The Rigors Of The ElementsProtected Wind, Rain & Snow Deflectors Streamlined Profile For Snug And Secure Fit, Keep The Rain Out, Reduce Heat Build-Up And Let Fresh Air InDoes NOT Include Installation InstructionProfessional Installation

100% Brand New In StockItem Exactly As The Picture ShownCustom Designed To Fit Your Specific ApplicationLong Lasting Material Designed To Withstand The Rigors Of The ElementsProtected Wind, Rain & Snow Deflectors Streamlined Profile For Snug And Secure Fit, Keep The Rain Out, Reduce Heat Build-Up And Let Fresh Air InDoes NOT Include Installation InstructionProfessional Installation Is Always Highly Recommended
* Technical Tips: One Of The Easiest Upgrades You Can Make, Deflectors Keep Wind And Weather Out, While Letting Fresh Air In. By Blocking The Whipping Wind And Driving Rain, Deflectors Can Make A Huge Difference When It Comes To Cabin Comfort.
** Installation Notes: Upon Initial Inspection, Installing Rain Guards May Seem Like A Very Simple Task. And While The Steps Are Pretty Straightforward, It’s Important To Take The Time To Do It Right.

Comments

touge_dreamer says:

I adjusted it but the fit is not great. For the price the product works but don’t … Amazon lists this as a part that fits the GX470. Fit is subjective I suppose. The shade does not fit the contours of the pillar but since it’s all black it’s masked. The angle of the shade for the front windows are completely off. I adjusted it but the fit is not great. For the price the product works but don’t expect a really clean fit.

Draven M93 says:

This does not fit the 08-10 F250 super duty without altering I bought these for a 2010 F-250 Super Duty, the back ones fit fine, but the front ones don’t at all. The front visor runs about 3 or 4 inches past the door and onto where the mirror meets the door, so if you get this you’ll have to cut some off of that end. Other than that, they would fit fine. Also, like it says, these are not in channel, they go outside the door with 3m tape, they didn’t seem like the adhesive was strong enough to stay on going down the road… but I didn’t get that far because they don’t fit.

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