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Those are the outside stick ons, just like the AVS ones, I am waiting on the ones from weathertech that are the in channel ones, if only they would get moving and get them made as well as the floor liners......not enough people have called nor emailed!
 

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I just bought some of the stick ons and when I was test fitting them I discovered that they cover up that whole chrome trim piece and they really look like crap. Not to mention that there is much more to installing them then simply sticking them on. I am sending them back and will also wait for the in channel versions to come out.
The stick ons are not very well thought out...
 

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I figured as much, the AVS ones are to me cheap and the ones from Mopar did not look any better and the mopar ones are wow, expensive for what you get. I guess after buying the weathertech (Climair) ones for the last 20 years I got use to the quality (german made) and just a better product. If more people would submit the request to weathertech, maybe they will get Climair to make some for the Pacifica. Weathertech is Climair's US distributor.


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If you DO decide you still want some then there is a much cheaper vendor on EBay for the same exact thing. Let me know if you want the link. I would also give you a deal on my set to save from paying a restocking fee.....
 

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I wish I could buy some temporarily until Climair and Weathertech get these made and out for the Pacifica, but since I have blacked out all the chrome I don't want to stick anything on the trim.
 

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Are you thinking of blacking out the chrome along the lower part of the doors too? I think it looks really good, white with black stuff is sharp!
Yes, just have not had a chance........I just don't care for chrome.
 

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I've been waiting almost 2 years for Weather Tech to release window deflectors for my Pacifica. What a drag. But after searching the internet I found a set that I think look quite nice. They are made by Wells Visors. They stick on on the outside and have clips for extra reinforcement. They have the chrome trim which I think make them look quite factory. Not only that but they are half the price of the Weather Tech I had on my Town and Country and they don't feel cheap. It has the same colour tint as my Panoramic sunroof. What do you think? Here are some pics
 

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Those look really good. They look similar to the offering by VanKulture, which I also think look very good. I agree that the chrome trim makes them look quite factory, but oddly, the Mopar version, which I purchased, doesn't have the chrome trim and doesn't look as factory as the non-factory version you have. And I am sure I paid more that you as well. So you can just go to ****! >:)
 

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I've been waiting almost 2 years for Weather Tech to release window deflectors for my Pacifica. What a drag. But after searching the internet I found a set that I think look quite nice. They are made by Wells Visors. They stick on on the outside and have clips for extra reinforcement. They have the chrome trim which I think make them look quite factory. Not only that but they are half the price of the Weather Tech I had on my Town and Country and they don't feel cheap. It has the same colour tint as my Panoramic sunroof. What do you think? Here are some pics
Have they held up well? Any issues?

Looking at getting the black chrome ones.
 

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I've been waiting almost 2 years for Weather Tech to release window deflectors for my Pacifica. What a drag. But after searching the internet I found a set that I think look quite nice. They are made by Wells Visors. They stick on on the outside and have clips for extra reinforcement. They have the chrome trim which I think make them look quite factory. Not only that but they are half the price of the Weather Tech I had on my Town and Country and they don't feel cheap. It has the same colour tint as my Panoramic sunroof. What do you think? Here are some pics
Thats nice - I want to get some but I'm curious on how the clips are installed, the instructions on the website were kinda confusing.
 

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I've been waiting almost 2 years for Weather Tech to release window deflectors for my Pacifica. What a drag. But after searching the internet I found a set that I think look quite nice. They are made by Wells Visors. They stick on on the outside and have clips for extra reinforcement. They have the chrome trim which I think make them look quite factory. Not only that but they are half the price of the Weather Tech I had on my Town and Country and they don't feel cheap. It has the same colour tint as my Panoramic sunroof. What do you think? Here are some pics
Have they held up well? Any issues?

Looking at getting the black chrome ones.
Thats nice - I want to get some but I'm curious on how the clips are installed, the instructions on the website were kinda confusing.
Ha nevermind, found a youtube video. I'm also curious on how they have held up tho :nerd:

 

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Got the WellVisor vent shades, they are slick and seem more durable than other name brands I've use in the base. Highly recommend - they do look factory
 

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I do not regret getting the Weathertech in-channel deflectors. Perfect when leaving car in a parking lot - you can crack the windows and nobody can see the windows are cracked, and it it rains, you're safe. Look great and do not stick out. I do not like how the tack-on ones protrude.
 
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