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In-Channel Window Visors

Has anyone with front tinted windows installed the in-channel window visors on their Commanders? If so, have you experienced any damage or marking to the tint at the top of your window as a result of contact between the window and the visor?

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Has anyone with front tinted windows installed the in-channel window visors on their Commanders? If so, have you experienced any damage or marking to the tint at the top of your window as a result of contact between the window and the visor?

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Isn't the tint on the inside of the window ? Only the outside of the window will contact the vent.

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I use the Weathertech, in channel visors on my Commander, Blazer, and Silverado.
Opening and closing the windows, over time, will cause tiny verticle scratches in the glass on the outside.
But, although I do not have tint on the front door glass I can see how the tint material on the inside, could have scratches develop by virtue of how tight the glass fits in the channel when sharing space with the visors.

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