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Hey all! I'm gonna be getting some weathertech in channel visors (been using these for years and love'em) for DC. Should I just get for the front doors or do the rear doors look good with the visors on them as well? Pics would be a great help!
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I have both front and back on my 2012 Crew Max and it looks good. Sorry no pictures...
 

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I have both front and back on my 2012 Crew Max and it looks good. Sorry no pictures...
I was pretty sure crew max would look great but wasn't sure about my DC until seeing some pics, thanks!

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I believe mine are AVS but same look, but on a super white for a comparison...same running boards as well.


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Mine are the AVS low profile. Sorry, don't have any close up pics of the visors, but I think you can get the idea

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Did you guys install these in channel visors yourself? I've never installed the in channels i usually get them from a local truck accessories store near my house and they do it for me. Is it pretty easy?
 

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Did you guys install these in channel visors yourself? I've never installed the in channels i usually get them from a local truck accessories store near my house and they do it for me. Is it pretty easy?
Very Easy. Just start the tape about 1 inch on each section of tape. Then put the visor in place with the tape hanging out. Holding it in perfect position, just peel the tape and it stays. Rolling the window up completely really pushes the tape on. I think it's easier to line these up that the ones that aren't inside the channel.
 

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Got my AVS in channels today and put them on! It was extremely easy took about 10 minutes, thanks guys for all your help!
 
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