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Stampede Smoke Side Window Deflector 41051-2Shop All Stampede
Part # 41051-2
SKU # 1071024
Price Not Available
Mounting Hardware Included
Beat the elements and add some attitude to your Truck, Van or SUV. Sidewind Deflectors allow you to keep your windows partially open, to provide ventilation to the interior. Today's modern aerodynamic body styles with form fitting doors and windows no longer feature "rain gutters" to channel away water. The result is usually water dripping into the interior. Sidewinds act like a "drip-edge" for your vehicle, this allows you to keep your window partially open for ventilation, without the rain getting in. As air flows around the outside edge of the sidewind it creates a small low pressure area underneath it (much like an airplane wing) which creates suction to keep out the wind and draw out the stale air from inside your vehicle.
- Mounts securely into the window channel without taping to any painted surface
- Car-wash safe
- No drilling required
- Precision engineered for a perfect fit and an integrated low-profile look
- Available in impact-resistant acrylic with a smoke finish
- Made in USA
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