Rain Gutter 'Extensions/Block'

BrntWS6

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I was hoping they would come up with something minimal that inserts between the door and windshield gap. Those thing are ugly!





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I’ll keep mine with a little water coming in. Those are ugly.
 

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I’ll take a few wet spots in the pants and seat before these ugly things will ever be applied
I agree. I wasn’t too happy to get wet getting out of my JLUR yesterday in a torrential downpour. But if this is the solution, I’ll deal with it.
 

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I as well got soaked over the weekend but I can't put that monstrosity on my baby.
 

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This Prototype was from Late April/Early May when I asked for an update via email. Indicated they were still working on perfecting the changes to the molds needed to produce the parts.
This looks like it needs to be integrated into a light bar bracket or roof rack...
 

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Bumping and following. I'm another one who would love a solution to the waterfall coming into my Jeep when I open the door during the rain. Thanks for any advice in advance.
 

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