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    Side Window Deflectors (M2562854)

    Does anyone have the M2562854 Side Window Deflectors?

    I was wondering how they are installed, are they just pushed besides the rubbers or are there some clips?

    Are they a bit stirdy?

    How is the noise when driving with the windows opened/closed?

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    These ones appear to be held on with double sided mounting tape, in channel deflectors wouldn't show the flat flange along it.
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    I have them. Best feature ever. Love being able to have my windows down that tiny bit to maintain a nice breeze. Also great when it's raining. Helps to stop the windows from fogging up.

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    I have these installed. These have a double sided tape. They also have a clip that hooks unto where the weather strip is. pretty sturdy and good looking

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    OK, thanks for the replies.

    I'm surprised they use Double sided tape to install them.

    I used to have a set on my Opel (by Airpress), that was mounted next to the rubbers, which was pretty solid and could also be removed / reinstalled...

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    Mine are kind of clipped in the window rubbers. Not sure on the double sided tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistah JT View Post
    Mine are kind of clipped in the window rubbers. Not sure on the double sided tape.
    Do they look like the ones in the pictureabove? Or are they different?

    Do you have a picture of your deflectors?

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    My uncle had the weathertech ones that clip on between the window and the groove. He advised for me NOT to get one like this one would have to change the window rubber about every 4 years because of wear and tear. Not to mention you will probably get some damage to your tint from the same clips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zefke View Post
    Do they look like the ones in the pictureabove? Or are they different?

    Do you have a picture of your deflectors?
    Yeah, mine are the same as in the picture. Just I don't think mine are double sided taped on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistah JT View Post
    Yeah, mine are the same as in the picture. Just I don't think mine are double sided taped on
    Can you tell how they are fixed? Are they installed next to the window seal in the groove? Or are there some sort of clips?


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