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Volvo 850 Deflectors

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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors Reviews


at last

Reviewed By sharon b (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 1995 Volvo 850 —6/23/2009 4:35 AM

Im a smoker,and at last ,I can smoke when its raining.Thank you ,thank you

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AVS Windflector Reviews


Fast Shipment

Reviewed By William D (Dover, PA) Reviewed for a 1993 Volvo 850 —5/16/2008 6:56 AM

This is my 2nd order with autoanything and once again I was very happy with the speed of receiving it. The deflector is a little higher than the streamlined competitors and not exactly what I had in mind, but all in all it works great, especially in rainy weather. One thing that I did notice when washing my car was to be careful of the back sharp edges. Since I assume these are blow molded the back edge is quite sharp. I suggest buying a thin black trim for it like you use to protect the cars doors in which to alleviate cut up nuckles. You can also see in the photo that I purchased the WeatherTech window deflectors and the car bra (LeBra). I am super pleased with them. All-in-all, I highly recommend the service that you will get from autoanything.com. It is superior!

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WeatherTech Sunroof Wind Deflector Reviews


Nice wind deflector, somewhat difficult to install.

Reviewed By Charles S (CHAMPAIGN, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra —8/21/2016 7:34 AM

The second wind deflector that I have bought, I had forget how difficult it can be to get the screws started in the magic clips. The roof on a full size Chevy / GMC truck / Tahoe is curved, the wind deflector is straight, after several attempts to get the screws started in the magic clips, I used a very large C clamp to force the deflector downward to get the screws started, that idea should be included in the directions.

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