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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors Part #70411 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by William B (Northville, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tundra — Dec 25, 2008 4:31 AM
INSTALLING THE WINDOW DEFLECTOR ON THE 08 TUNDRA, AND 09 TACOMA WAS QUITE SIMPLE, AND EASY. ON THE PRIUS, THE TWO FRONT DOOR INSTALLATION WAS QUITE EASY ALSO, HOWEVER THE TWO REAR DOORS WERE NOT. INSTALLING THE CLIPS UNDER THE SEALS WAS NOT MUCH OF A PROBLEM BUT GETTING THE WINDOW DEFLECTORS TO SNAP OVER THEM WAS. I USED THE TOOL SUPPLIED TO INSTALL THE CLIPS AND FOLLOWED ALL DIRECTIONS. THE CLIPS WOULD NOT STAY IN PLACE AS I TRIED TO INSTALL THE DEFLECTORS.
Reviewed by George O (Pocono Summit, PA) — Jul 29, 2008 6:06 PM
Let's get the "bad" part out of the way first: the upper left corner of the driver's side deflector tended to jam against the window and keep it from going up smoothly: a bit of filing/sanding on the deflector solved that. NOW THE GOOD STUFF.... I got the lighter gray shade deflectors and they look great on my 2009 Tacoma. It blends in so well people don't even realize I have deflector's... and when they finally realize it (or I point them out)they are impressed. More importantly, I'M IMPRESSED! They look great, work great! (I like to keep the window cracked open when I smoke, and the deflector's do a perfect job of keeping rain out). Installation was pretty straightforward... took a few minutes to get them on. I DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THEM! MY CONCLUSION: THEY'RE WORTH EVERY PENNY!