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Lincoln Vent Visors & Window Deflectors

Keep rain, sleet or snow at bay while cracking the windows on your Ford Motor Company vehicle with Lincoln vent visors & window deflectors from AutoAnything. Even in poor weather, a Lincoln window deflector lets in fresh air. Installing these Lincoln rain guards is very easy.
And, we ensure that your selection of our window deflectors for Lincolns exactly fits the year, make and model of your particular vehicle. We back Lincoln vent visors with the AutoAnything 1-year lower price guarantee. Plus, shipping our Lincoln window visor is free. That means you get such great savings you can hardly stand yourself.
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AVS External Mount Vent Visors

rain gaurds

very easy to install and they look good on my tacoma View more reviews...
Posted By ROBERT N (FARMVILLE, NC) / July 9, 2021
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AVS In-Channel Vent Visors

Avs in channel window vents

Over all excellent only issue was the plastic wrap stuck to the tape on and the tiny piece of scouring pad. Otherwise excellent and easy installation I did use cut cardboard pieces in 4 different locations to ensure a good contact on the tape to the seal View more reviews...
Posted By BRUCE g (Moyock, NC) / June 4, 2021
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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors

Wind deflectors by WeatherTech

Great product and works as advertised. No issues with install. Done in about 30 minutes. View more reviews...
Posted By James G (MISSION VIEJO , CA ) / May 30, 2021
2011 Toyota Tacoma
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From our experts

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020

Get in there. Rub that off-color spot on the leading edge of your hood. As much as you hope it’s going to disappear as you buff harder and harder, it just won’t. That’s a stone chip. And as you inspect more closely, your hood’s paint looks like the surface of the moon. Covered in craters, […] The post 10 Wind, Bug and Vent Deflectors to Consider in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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