From what I can tell, yes, they're simply glued to the chrome window trim.Jks10 said:Are the deflectors glued to the chrome trim. How do the in-channel deflectors
stay in place. I hate to stick them to the chrome.
You mean "who ever is taking them off is going to hate using all that goo-gone" LOL!bballr4567 said:http://www.autoanything.com/deflectors/60A1739A0A0A3231534.aspx
You are going to HATE taking those off in a few years when the glue gives out. In channel visors fit into the window channel and literally just slide into place. Totally worth the slightly higher price.
Thanks bballr4567!bballr4567 said:The fit in the space that the window goes up into. Literally, in the window channel.
See how it fits INSIDE the door trim? I think with the chrome around our windows that it would look much better with in channel visors.
Anyway, we like the look of the ones we have from the front, the way they stick out, it gives the Terrain even more of a squared off look.I can't see them staying in place at 80 mph or through the car wash for very long without adhesive or screws, but WTH do I know LOL!
If there's a better mousetrap, I'll definitely look into it by all means!
If you look at the rear window in the picture I took above, what would you do with an "in channel" deflector around the area of the little "opera window", as the rear window has the metal strip running down about 4/5 of the way back??bballr4567 said:lol, yea make them do it.
Seriously, the in channel ones are a good alternative. If you ever get tired of the "stick on" look, you know others are out there.