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New AM side window louvers

I'm very happy with these, as far as looks go, so I thought I'd post a shot of 'em in case anyone else was considering buying them, I do wish I could get to the window to clean it, that bothers me some.

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looks good, i really like the louvs. ive got the cdc`s, about the same setup. if the cleaning or spots really bothers you, get some limo tint from the auto parts for about 10.00 and put it in the 1/4 windows. its easy to do. mine were tinted before i got the louvs, so with it i dont hardly notice any spots on the glass.


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really looks nice how about some agent 47 mirrors now?
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That's a nice look!

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They look nice, I have the DG brand and I am happy with them too.

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Try blowing air in there to get the dust out. A leaf blower might do the trick.

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I'm very happy with these, as far as looks go, so I thought I'd post a shot of 'em in case anyone else was considering buying them, I do wish I could get to the window to clean it, that bothers me some.
Are the slots open? I have the Street Scene louvers and a spray through the slots at the car wash and make sure I finish with the spot free rinse and they stay pretty clean.
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Are the slots open? I have the Street Scene louvers and a spray through the slots at the car wash and make sure I finish with the spot free rinse and they stay pretty clean.
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Try blowing air in there to get the dust out. A leaf blower might do the trick.
Excellent suggestions, I'll give those a go.

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how about some agent 47 mirrors now?
Those look nice, but a bit spendy for something I already have.

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