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wow, those look pretty good
Yes, I like them.. They are almost 3 inches tall, but do not block visibility. And they allow me to roll down the windows an inch or more.
 

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Bruce - where did you pick up those deflectors? They look good and would be interested to pick up a set.

Jerry - LOVE the plate!!!!
 

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Bruce - where did you pick up those deflectors? They look good and would be interested to pick up a set.

Jerry - LOVE the plate!!!!
Kevin,
Ordered through Ford, from the dealer. The installation instructions are behind the deflectors inside the shrink wrap - invisible from the outside. Found them useful for a pretty easy install.
 

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Bruce - thank you for the insight and i'll definitely go check them out!!!
 

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Just installed the window wind/rain deflector kit on my CaRt1.
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I need these desperately! I had the in channel weather tech ones on my last car for 5 years. Can’t live without them, but I’ve never had ones that stick on the outside of the car.

do they feel like they are stuck on there pretty well? Are they kind of transparent or a solid Black? I can’t tell from looking at the picture on my phone. My other ones blended in perfectly with the tint of the window. I would like the same.
 

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I need these desperately! I had the in channel weather tech ones on my last car for 5 years. Can’t live without them, but I’ve never had ones that stick on the outside of the car.

do they feel like they are stuck on there pretty well? Are they kind of transparent or a solid Black? I can’t tell from looking at the picture on my phone. My other ones blended in perfectly with the tint of the window. I would like the same.
Semi transparent, and a bit darker than the window tint. Have driven pretty fast, yes they stay on. They attach to the black molding above the windows, just make sure to use the provided alcohol swabs. I like that they do not bulge away from the window. Very streamlined. One minor complaint is a bit of noise if I leave the widow down an inch at highway speeds, but goes away with the windows closed. I think I can eliminate that, though, and will post a photo of the fix if it works. Photo shows a gap right at the leading edge.
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First "road trip" was to Monterey/Big Sur. Multiple people asked if this was the new Bronco?!?! At the hotel some mentioned beautiful car, "I have a tesla, where do you charge?" 😀

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My company installed two dual Level 2 EV chargers at their new main headquarters and I wanted to get a chance to use them. I planned to buy an electric car, likely a Mach-E, later this year. COVID-19 and my car getting totalled last month changed those plans. I got laid off in August of last year and I decided to just retire.

Things are better this month. I adopted a "Speeding Ticket Red" Mach-E RWD ER last week, just amazed that the person who ordered did not want it. I really like the car. I also started as a consultant at my old company. So I charged at my old office for the first time today!

I have about 90 miles round trip to the office, so I can charge every other day for free. There is only one other electric vehicle, so we can have our own charger. It is only a 6.6 kW one and I got a 6.4 kW charge rate, but it is enough range added after eight hours.

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