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Window Deflectors: Dark Smoke or Light Smoke?

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Default Window Deflectors: Dark Smoke or Light Smoke?

As the British saying goes, if it'* raining cats and dogs, go and grab yourself a set of deflectors made by WeatherTech. Well, maybe not in that exact words, but it definitely point you in the certain direction. Those durable in-channel deflectors won't let a single drop to crawl inside of your cabin and will protect you and your passengers from the high wind, yet let you the fresh air in the cabin.

WeatherTech® - Dark Smoke Window Deflectors

http://www.carid.com/weathertech/dar...eflectors.html





* Available in two colors: dark smoke and light smoke, to be in tune with your vehicle'* overall appearance;
* Installation is quick and easy, with no exterior tape needed;
* Transparent design;
* Come as a set for 2 and 4 doors;

Which color is yours: dark smoke or light smoke?
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