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2005 Chevy Express Winter Driving Accessories

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Intro-Tech Automotive Windshield Sun Shade Reviews


Not Disappointed!

Reviewed By Ernest E (Windermere, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Express —2/15/2010 7:38 PM

Sun Shade arrived promptly and was immediately placed in RV. While one could state that it is slightly undersized for my model chassis, the shortage is considered minimal and may result in easier insertion and removal and probably lack of crimping at corners if it was wider. Cab is cooler and shade will provide excellent protection to dash and interior; also, privacy negating need to put up curtain when camping in our RV. Velcro connection will make rolling up and storage simple. Good value for the price IMHO.

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Fia Winter Grille Covers Reviews


Cold in Colorado

Reviewed By Jody S. K (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Escape —8/11/2015 9:25 PM

Only half the stick on snaps were provided for install. I substituted using the screw in snaps. The self tapping screws were too large for the size pilot hole indicated in the instructions, resulting in a screw shearing off into a anchor hole. Very precise fit and looks good overall.

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Intro-Tech Automotive Windshield Snow Shade Reviews


Where have you been all my car's life????

Reviewed By Barbara H (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Sienna —7/12/2015 6:34 AM

I bought the windshield cover because we have a giant tree that drops stuff, and the car sits outside. However, when the cover arrived, I realized it could also be used in cold and icy conditions. I have wanted to purchase something like this for a long time, so I am quite pleased. The tiny drawback is that the shade has to be tucked in on each side. That is how it stays put. For my particular circumstance, opening the passenger door is a bit tricky, as the car is parked in a tight space.

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