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Old 07-19-2004, 08:48 PM   #1
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Default Window Vent Shades/Visors Mud Flaps?

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I'm looking for info on window vent shades. I have seen the ones that apply with 3m tape and am not interested at all. I'm looking for the type that fit in the channel. I saw ones from a company called weathertech but just wondered if there was a cheaper alternative. I have a set on my 2002 Dakota and they are great. I can't seem to find them for my 2003 SE. I am also looking for custom (near perfect fit) mud flaps/splash guards. I just got the car and my primary concern is protecting what I am still paying for. Thanks for any help you can give.
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weathertech is what i got...they are nice...

i know they are spendy...but its worth it

the number is 1-800-441-6287 if you dont have it

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Get the weathertech ones here, http://www.weathertech.com/store/veh...pt_choice_id=0

I have them and love them, use them as gifts for all the family.

The stick on ones are only 10-20 cheepier than these, get the good ones.

Can't help you on the mudflaps
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Well I did some more searching and found these [/url]http://deflectors4less.com/powe.html
They are about 20 dollars cheaper with free shipping.
They also have other 4less sites such as mats4less with exact fit mats for bonnies.
And wheel skins leather steering wheel covers.
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2000SilverBullet made his own mud flaps and can say they look awesome, look for one of his posts and follow his sig to his cardomain site, he has them pictured there.
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I got some generic pontiac mudflaps, but frankly they protect way better then the (custom fit) ones my moms 01 Camry has.
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Yeah I'm not so sure about some of the custom fit ones sold in stores either. They seem to fit too broad a range of cars. I'll have to check with the dealer. Maybe get some part numbers from them and try to order them from GM parts direct. Although they probably won't want to give me them. I just don't want them to look too small on the car. Sometimes when you see mud flaps on a car they are narrower than the tires when looking from behind. I don't like the look and well I guess they don't block all the slop either.
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I am very happy and satisfied customer of the Weathertech Vent Shades. Their service is terrific. Be careful when installing as not to break the plastic when rolling up the window.
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