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I ordered a set of these off of Amazon and I am pretty sure I selected for a xB. But when I got them, the box says they are for a 2009-10 F-150 Supercrew. Anyone know the correct model number for our vehicle?
 

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Found the P/N for our vehicles for the AVS Seamless Vent Shades. 894002

So that does infact mean that I have the wrong ones. Ugh, looks like I'm shipping them back to Amazon.
 

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I returned and ordered the ones they say will work. They've shipped and should be here by Friday. I'll let you know how the install goes.
 

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Got them installed. Sorry for the attachments, I haven't started an account with any of the hosting sites.

Install EASY. Look great. Found them on Amazon and the price and customer service is great.
 

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On all plastic vents of this type, get the AVS. Quality for price, those are the best. I'd not be surprised if they MADE the best ones, as they seem to be the same as the AVS, but w/ different logos and a higher price.
 

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Mine rattle against the window if you have them down just a bit and sometimes catch the window edge when putting the windows up.....just the drivers one. maybe it's warped or something. I will try and heat it up and keep it bent out a bit.... :(
 

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Yeah mine rattles on the passenger side in the same situation. They could have flared the slightly more and still kept them in the body lines. I was hoping they would keep the rain from dripping straight down onto the arm rest with the window down, like in a drive-thru but I don't have much faith
 

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Mine do this as well, and its pretty common for these since they are so close to the window. I have actually thought about getting the CF window surround and then putting the vent shades back on in hopes that the little bit of thickness the CF trim would help it not rattle. I'm just not sure I feel like kicking out over $200 for the trim to cover the majority of it up with the vent shades.
 

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the rattle from my visors don't bother me as much but my buddy Graeson had this issue and i suggested some type of weatherstripping and he reported back that he used piano felt and it worked great. i imagine he put a strip at the lower edge of the visor, prolly not the entire way across.
 
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