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- Style:Front and Rear Set
- Part #:72-88431
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Wade In-Channel Wind Deflectors by Westin Part #72-88431 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charles L (HENDERSON, NC) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Camry — Aug 18, 2017 4:45 PM
Reviewed by Leo D (PASCOAG, RI) Reviewed for a 2017 Toyota Camry — May 12, 2017 4:27 AM
I ordered these wind deflectors for a 2017 Toyota camry that I just purchased. The back deflectors went in pretty easy and fit well, but the front ones were a struggle to get in and they don't fit right. They are to long for the window. I was unable to get the entire piece in so part of the adhesive strip is exposed.. Not sure how long they'll stay on and I should have sent them back but it was more aggrevation.
Reviewed by Henry C (SANTA CLARA, CA) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota 4Runner — May 05, 2017 7:17 AM
Tape that comes with the product is improperly placed along the edges, a section by the side mirror is missing the tape. Section by the side mirror does not sit properly. Lip was grinding on window glass. Wind noise is very noticeable.
Reviewed by Keith O (Panama City, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 22, 2017 2:27 AM
I put these in a 2017 Camry. I thought the first set was defective and asked for a replacement. Replacement set has the same issue. Driver and passenger windows do not seat completely in the channel on the mirror end. It's like these were molded for a different model year. Rear windows are fine. I've Installed many sets over the years and this is the first set to ever do this.
Reviewed by Arnold Y (Mililani, HI) — Nov 10, 2016 9:01 AM
Fitted this into a 2016 Camry LE. For the most part the vents on the front doors go in fine. The back windows otoh is another story. You'd think being the short piece with only a slight bend would be easy and straight forward. However the deflector bends too early so the lip with the tape doesn't slide into the channel. It ends up being exposed to the elements. Multiple refits couldn't correct this. Not even brute force. As for operation, expect a bit more wind noise during freeway driving.