Wade 72-35495 In-Channel Wind Deflectors, Smoke Tint, (4-piece set)

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Wade 72-35495 In-Channel Wind Deflectors, Smoke Tint, (4-piece set)
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Product Description

Wade Wind Deflectors have long been the standard for quality design and function. Quality hi-impact material, precise measurements for an accurate fit, looks and functionality all-in-one. Reduces wind, noise, heat and glare while allowing fresh air circulation during any weather condition. In-channel wind deflector is manufactured from high gloss smoke acrylic that slips directly into the window channel. Four (4) piece set.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #203588 in Automotive
  • Brand: Westin
  • Model: 72-35495


  • Wade In Channel Wind Deflector is manufactured from high gloss smoked acrylic
  • Allows fresh air circulation during any weather condition
  • Manufactured from high-gloss smoke acrylic
  • Flawless aerodynamic design
  • Easy in-channel design and installation

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5Love it
By A. Pereira
I didn't want to spend the money on these and for the longest time I put this purchase aside... finally I got my windows tinted and went for it... so happy i did. they look terrific on the truck and for car camping with my son i can leave the windows ope a crack to help with condensation... also great for their primary purpose of letting in a bit of fresh air while driving in the rain!

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
3Looks great but may not be.
By Dan
I have sun shades on all my trucks and suv's. I have always bought the external mounted ones.

These mount to the inside of your weatherstrip. You have to leave your windows closed for 72 hours after installation. I don't believe there will be an adhesion problem but what bothers me is that every time the window goes up it has to push the vent shade and weatherstrip out of the way. I believe that it could ultimately lead to premature failure of the weatherstrip and extra strain on the power window mechanism.

But.... They do look better then the externally mounted ones.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5perfect fit,sticky tape sucks
By T. Bright
No instructions included,but none needed,clean the channel with some rubbing alcohol,let it dry for a couple minutes,peel the tape,slide these in place,then roll up the window tight-the sticky tape should be treated like window tint,leave your windows up for a couple of days to make sure the shades stick-so far,so good,just what I needed to let in some fresh air,but not the rain...UPDATE 8/12-had to buy some new 3m double sided sticky tape for the rear because they kept falling out,luckily they always fell inside the truck and landed in the floor..

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