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Old 09-22-2004, 02:01 AM   #11
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ive had ventshades for a year and a half now... they're pretty gh3y on our cars (i feel that they look out of place)
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ive had ventshades for a year and a half now... they're pretty gh3y on our cars (i feel that they look out of place)
Thank you Ive made my choice, lol.
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OK, the verdict is in: GOOD PRODUCT.

I got a BIG 2 inches down outta those shades!

And, you're gh3y only if you worry about how your car looks vs. keeping it from getting rainsoaked on the INSIDE! ( ...just kidding, don't take that personally...) :P

Seriously, I waited the full 24-hrs. to use the product, as per the instructions ( I FOLLOWED THE INSTRUCTIONS... ) and then tried it out.
I think I heard a very slight wind noise from the left rear door area behind the driver'* seat that wasn't there before, so maybe it takes a bit more than 24 hours to totally seat these things.
Other than that, I was able to watch the water NOT enter my window and pelt my face and soak my door controls, etc.
I had all 4 windows down at least an inch or more and didn't experience any undue noise, and absolutely NO water entered the vehicle, which is why I bought these WeatherTech'* in the first place.
They blend in well, IMNSHO, with the lines of the car and give the 'air' of sophistication to clash with my GoodYear NASCAR tires and decals!
Best of all, they WORK.
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And, you're gh3y only if you worry about how your car looks vs. keeping it from getting rainsoaked on the INSIDE! ( ...just kidding, don't take that personally...) :P
1. I'm not gh3y.
2. Don't ever call me gh3y.
3. I rarely drive the car in the rain.
4. Open windows + Rain = Humidity.
5. A/C > 2" cracked windows.

Hope you're good at math.
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And, you're gh3y only if you worry about how your car looks vs. keeping it from getting rainsoaked on the INSIDE! ( ...just kidding, don't take that personally...) :P
1. I'm not gh3y.
2. Don't ever call me gh3y.
3. I rarely drive the car in the rain.
4. Open windows + Rain = Humidity.
5. A/C > 2" cracked windows.

Hope you're good at math.
Sorry you didn't take the joke well --- I'll compensate by using self-deprecating humor:
MATH was my gh3yest subject...I SUCKED.

I wasn't referencing your sexual preference, only using the vernacular of the times.
It'* difficult to joke on the Internet, sorry to get your hair up on that one.

Anyway, it rained right on cue here and it'll be doing it for the next 9 months.
The WeatherTechs are keeping the water out, so NO humidity.
And, I had the A/C compressor repaired and the system recharged under warranty so I don't need to crack the windows for that.

My amazement is that I spent money on a product and it installed, fit and worked as advertised!

Peace, OUT, Brother. :P
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2'' cracked windows > Non working A/C

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