IMHO i would get the 3m type because with the channel type the window gets jammed going up and this can cause damage on the window motor.
so0me of the guys posted in the past that while installing the inchannel vent, they crack.fiddlyD said:IMHO i would get the 3m type because with the channel type the window gets jammed going up and this can cause damage on the window motor.
i live in Arizona.. is that warm enough? hey thanks for your input fellas.. i'll prolly get the in channel one..inqui-Z-tor said:Hmm .. the "in-channel" ones I have .. do have a thin layer of adhesive "tape".
But they (vent shades) do need to be installed in warm .. very warm weather, they will be flex'd quite a bit during the install, and the warm weather will help in the slight expansion, and adhesive working to aid in the setting of the ventshade in the window channel.
I too got regular smoke, so it matches the hood deflector too.
Jason, the link does not show a pics, can you post them pleaseJason B said:I have both versions in stock.
Here are the stick version, which from what most are saying, are more functional.
never mind.. just ordered them from burtmans. thanks allbrysig228 said:where else can i get these besides burtmans? are this available on a local auto shops. i was looking to purchase the in chanel one. i have to get this before the summer starts in AZ.. thanks.
Ventshades order link. Good mod for a low price.
I just updated the website, and if you search under QX56 you will find them now I have in stock and they can ship the same day.There are no differences on fitment for an '04 QX are there? Only reason I ask is you don't have the Q listed in your fitment.....