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Looking to put some black rain guards on my 06 Co.
I noticed a few different manufacturers and a couple different styles. Anyone have any recommendations as to who makes the best quality? Any pics with your recommendations are greatly appreciated :bowdown:
 

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I prefer the WeatherTech because they fit into the window channels, rather than stick to the outside of the door with 3M tape. :eek:rangehat:
 

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x2 for Weathertech inside the window channel style
 

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Hey thanks guys. Checked out the weathertech site and they look like quality. I think I'm going to order some slush mats from them as well. Thanks again!
 

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How do you like the Weathertech version? I'm looking at the MOPAR version now because it looks like they stick out more (more room between vent and window glass). I like the extra room because I smoke and it lets me ash easier.
 

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How do you like the Weathertech version? I'm looking at the MOPAR version now because it looks like they stick out more (more room between vent and window glass). I like the extra room because I smoke and it lets me ash easier.
I haven't purchased them yet - I'm still on the fence, as to how they look. The Weathertech have a thin lip that goes in the window channel. That is why they are closer. The Mopar ones stick to the door frame with 3M tape. I had the Weathertech on an Explorer years ago, and could find no fault with them. My wife is a smoker - she had no issues with them. Either kind work - you have to decide which ones you like better. When it rains, I get water in the drivers door if I open the window. That is why I am considering them. :mofo:
 

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if you look in my gallery you can see the type that i HAD (sold commander). they are the in window ones. which i highly advise. cause the tape on the outside ones just look disgusting.
 

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A company called Stampede makes quality channel style rain guards. I have put them on 2 of my vehicles, and use them on all our company vehicles. I have never had them break, an only one out of 20 on company vehicles have broke. I think the tree an employee hit had a lot to do with it. They offer a 4 piece set for the commander along with a bug deflector and sunroof windscreen.

No employees were harmed during this reply.
 

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Watch out if you order them off the internet. Make sure you specify that you want the in channel rain gaurds. I thought I looked into the set I bought but when received, they were the stick on ones. I had to return them and pay an extra $15.00 to ship them back.
 
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