Not sure which 2011 Chevy Silverado Vent Visors & Window Deflectors are right for you? We have over 10805 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"This is the 2nd set of EGR rain guards (new truck) I have purchased. I used the first set for 4 years before selling the truck. Never had a problem, very easy to install and they are always a great asset in foul weather when you want a little air in the cab. I wouldn't be without them." —Richard B from Cochranville, PA bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2011 Chevy Silverado.
"My rating tells it all!!! The fit an appearance was a 100+ THANK YOU! For Great Price AN product!!" —Ronald M from Schuylerville, NY bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Regular cab.
"The Ventvisors are Great, but on the driver side front window there is a small indention like something almost tried to poke through. I don't see it on the other three, I guess it could be where it was layed down to dry after it was made. Have you guys seen anything like this before? Is this normal? It's just right in my veiw.
I look forward to your reply
Todd Jordan" —Ashby J from Greenville, NC bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab.
"The Ventvisors that I ordered look great on my wife's '09 Malibu with the exception of the rear window visors. I had to do some "customizing" with the ventvisors for the rear windows due to the fact that the windows did not close because they would hit the part of the visor that goes into the channel towards the front of the car. I needed to cut some plastic away so the window would not hit it and they would close all the way. Now everything works fine." —Don O from Milwaukee, WI bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado.
"I have always bought the peal and stick visors in the past. I always had to reseal them with clear RTV after a while. The in channel visors are a great design. It took me about ten minutes to install. They look and work fantastic!" —Bruce L from Thomasville, NC bought an EGR In-Channel Rain Guards for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab.
"These are very easy to install. Just took a couple of minutes. They are not in channel. These stick to your window sill at least on my 2011 Silverado. They lay flush with the surrounding door making it look like part of the vehicle. Standing in front of the vehicle you can't even tell they are on the windows. They don't bulge out like the stick on top of the window original visors do. As far as compared to the in channel visors these are more flush then them as well. So far no issues." —Casey H from La Grange, NC bought an AVS Seamless Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado.
"The ends toward the mirrors, the tab is to long you have to trim it down or it dose not fit right, it leaves a hole. It also needs tape on the same tab because when you have the window down and go to roll it up, your window hits the visor and you have to push the visor with your finger to get the window to close. Very hard to do on the passenger side from driver side. The visor also to close to the window it needs to stand out a little further from the window." —Keith B from Flint, TX bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Crew cab.
"Went in easy and loogreat they could have cleaned up the The outside edg of the vent a little there was still so left over casting on it" —Jeffrey H from Mint Hill, NC bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Extended cab.
"PROS: the packaging was good. also, the shipping was very fast. i assembled the rears less than five min.
CONS: the drivers front went in pretty easy, needed some minor filing, but nothing severe. the passanger side gave me a bit of a problem. i trial fitted all 4 but this particular one i had to actually cut about 1/4 inch off an use a hair dryer to reshape. overall, anyone with any kind of patience should be able to do all four within 10 min. i probably didn't even need to take off the quarter inch if i had thought of the hair dryer sooner. they look great an perform just as well. i give them a score of B+" —James J. R from Saugus, MA bought an AVS In-Channel Ventvisor for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Extended cab.
"These stick on vent visors are easily installed in about 1/2 an hour. Locating them is a little trick, but other than that the installation is very simple. Adhesive seems strong and bonds well on the paint. They look good installed and serve their purpose. I did notice a little more wind noise at highways speeds but it isn't anything intrusive into the cabin. I have had this type of vent visor on other vehicles and never had any problems. I would recommend these to anyone looking to add these." —Timothy S from Brackenridge, PA bought an AVS Ventvisor Window Deflectors for a 2011 Chevy Silverado.
"I have just installed these on my new CHEVY coloraldo. I have used weather tech side window deflectors on the last four cars and trucks. They are the best! My Son bought another brand and they are junk. He now has weather tech also." —Russ W from South Elgin, IL bought a WeatherTech Side Window Deflector for a 2011 Chevy Silverado, Extended cab.