EGR In-Channel Rain Guards Customer Reviews
2476 Customer Reviews
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Foggy windows, scorching cabin temperatures and stale air take all the pleasure out of driving. However, rolling down the glass to cure these bothers leads to new annoyances: screeching winds, thrashing turbulence and soaking weather. With the In-Channel Rain Guards, you get fresh air without the suffering. They block wind and weather while you enjoy a clean breeze.
Your sleek In-Channel Rain Guards are custom-built using precise computer designs for a fit that looks factory installed. And, they're made from space-age acrylic for stellar strength and durability.
Best of all, your In-Channel Rain Guards boast an innovative mounting method. The front visors fit firmly into the window channels, requiring no drilling, taping or clipping. Rears use tape and clip for safety. Even better, the In-Channel Rain Guards come in a transparent Dark or Light Smoke finish and boast a Lifetime Warranty.
2476 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ronnie S (Dahlgren, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Feb 28, 2014 2:16 AM
It threw me that you would have to bend the front pieces to get them in, but they went in with ease....the rear had a little double sided tape, but went in and stayed in. I really like the lower profile look. Definitely an improvement in appearance and helpful when it rains.
Reviewed by Dwayne H (Eleele, HI) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 27, 2014 9:28 PM
fast shipment. fits snugly in channels and doesn't interfere with the window operation. the fronts was a little tricky to install. haven't rained yet to test it out. this is the first on from this company, so we'll see how durable it is. nice look to the truck.
Reviewed by ROBERTO M (Jacksonville, NC) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Traverse — Feb 21, 2014 5:41 AM
The installation of the rain guards were fairly easy and took me under ten minutes to install, they look seamless and a part of the vehicle instead of an aftermarket product that you just stick around the frame. I originally got these for my wife's car but I am now thinking about getting some for my truck cause they look pretty good. at first you do have to make sure that they line up just right and you may have a little difficulty brining the window up, but once they are in there and you give them a chance to form to your car you don't have any problems. Wife loves them and really...that's what's important cause if mama ain't happy, nobody's Happy!