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Old 07-27-14, 11:17 AM   #1
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Default WeatherTech Side Window Deflectors

Just a heads up, WeatherTech now has their side window deflectors for the 2013-2014 GS350. I was one of many waiting for the availability of these defectors since the new GS design came out last year. These type are in channel and install is a channel fit with no glue. I just installed a front pair and they fit great

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Old 07-27-14, 01:00 PM   #2
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The windows close no problem?
I had a set on my Acura and I had to work the windows up and down for a long time and still occasionally the window would not close and there was window noise
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Just quit smoking - cheaper, healthier, and better looking (car-wise).
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The thing I don't like about the in-channel ones is that once u remove it u'll get more wind noise. The rubber stripping will get stretched.
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Do these defectors reduce wind noise at 70+ mph?
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Hmmmmm... I want them, but don't know if I should get them.
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finally out!! hey donald, would you please be kind enough to show us with some pictures of it installed?
Any cons / pros of the weather tech?
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Could you please post some pictures? Thanks.
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Could you please post some pictures? Thanks.
attached two pictures of WeatherTech deflectors install. These are the dark deflectors. They sell a lighter model also. Both installed quickly with no issues with window auto close if directions are followed. Also no wind noise
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Very nice indeed. Thanks.
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attached two pictures of WeatherTech deflectors install. These are the dark deflectors. They sell a lighter model also. Both installed quickly with no issues with window auto close if directions are followed. Also no wind noise
Hey, any chance you could get some better, more full-body pictures? thanks!
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I really like the way these look. I may grab a set. Is WeatherTech's website the only place you can order?
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