Mopar Window Deflectors install video

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  1. Nina

    Nina Member

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    I have a video showing how to install the Mopar window deflectors/visors. Hope this helps someone out. Let me know what you guys think.
    Thanks, Nina

     
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    Good job. Any more videos planned?
     
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  3. Kevin Gaare

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    These window deflectors are the best, IMO.
     
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    I got the Farad ones because I thought these were just stick on. I do like the Farad ones because they slide into the window surround. The Mopar ones might look like an afterthought?
     
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  5. Nina

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    Thank you! Yeah I have a few. Working on a video from when we took the renegade out to Azusa canyon off-road park on Labor Day. Almost done with that one. And I have a few more planned.


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  6. Nina

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    Yeah I liked how these attach compared to the in channel ones because we have the in channel style ones on our Wrangler and they alway shift and we already replaced the driver side once within a year.


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  7. Kevin Gaare

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    I had in-channel on my Rubicon as well. I didn't like how they looked, showing the rubber trim above the deflector. I didn't have issues with them moving around though.

    The same thing on the renne, even more so maybe. Hiding that ugly window trim is definitely a sleeker look. Yeah, they are stick on... but, they come with scratch pads and whatever adhesive shit that is that makes it stick very well to it. As well as the metal retaining clips - not one issue at all and I love the look. Although, I did crack one when I loaded my kayak up on it for the first time after installing them - leaned on it too hard. Doh!
     

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