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Old 06-12-2018, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default Rain and bug shields - are they all the same?

Wanna get rain shields for my front windows and a bug shield for the hood of my 1990 STX.

Are all of them the same quality? I don't wanna buy cheap crap but if it's all the same stuff I'll stop thinking about it.
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Rain shields like AVS Auto-Ventshades?

I have those on mine. They're good stuff (and not all big & dumb-looking like some others I've seen). They mount inside the window channel so they actually look like part of the truck when installed (not like some tacky thing stuck to the outside of the window molding)
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Rain shields like AVS Auto-Ventshades?

I have those on mine. They're good stuff (and not all big & dumb-looking like some others I've seen). They mount inside the window channel so they actually look like part of the truck when installed (not like some tacky thing stuck to the outside of the window molding)
Yup that's what I'm looking for.
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they are basically made out of the same materials but there are different styles and application methods so be sure to check those details.
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