Set of PUTCO Tinted Element Window Visors for 2015-2016 SuperCrew F-150s.
Keep the harshness of the elements out of your 2015-2016 SuperCrew F-150 with this Set of PUTCO Tinted Element Window Visors from CJ Pony Parts! These window visors will add both functionality and style to your F-150. No matter what color your F-150 may be, the tinted style of these window visors will look great. So go ahead and crack the windows to let in some fresh air without the fear of wind, rain or snow entering the cabin.
PUTCO Element Tinted Window Visors 580065 Features:
- Injection Molded Polycarbonate Construction for consistent, Precise Fit
- No Cutting or Drilling Required for Installation
- New Manufacturing Process for Best Fit
- Front Visors Feature In-Channel Installation Design
- Rear Visors use Adhesive Tape for Installation
- Comes as a Set of Four
PUTCO uses an injection molding process to mold this set of window visors from polycarbonate. This process allows for a consistent and precise fit. The use of polycarbonate gives the window visors an extremely durable design, able to stand against rain, snow, wind and extreme temperatures. With a new manufacturing process that involves an in-channel installation design for the front windows, PUTCO’s front window visors give your F-150 a more finished and seamless look over traditional tape on designs. Installation of the window visors does not require any cutting or drilling, the front visors simply slide into the weatherstrip channels of your windows, while the rear visors use a double sided tap to adhere to your F-150.
- Driver Side Front Window Visor
- Driver Side Rear Window Visor
- Passenger Side Front Window Visor
- Passenger Side Rear Window Visor
While Ford has revolutionized the F-150 in recent years, aftermarket parts continue to be hugely popular as owners strive to put their own personal touches on their trucks. At CJ Pony Parts, it's easy to find whatever aftermarket Ford F-150 parts you're looking for!
Order this Set of PUTCO 580065 Tinted Element Window Visors for your 2015-2016 SuperCrew F-150 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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These PUTCO window visors will contrast nicely with our truck, giving it a nice custom look and will allow us to crack the window while keeping out rain and snow. The front visors easily install with their in-channel design and the rears install with pre- applied 3M tape.
We're going to be starting off with the front passenger side window visor. They come labeled so you know which one goes where. This one's going to install just like this inside the trim. Take the back of the window visor and get in inside the weather stripping and tilt it up. Make sure it's in the groove the entire way forward. Then you have to push up and bend back this visor to get this tab behind the mirror panel.
All right. Upon initial installation, the window does hit the visor. PUTCO says you have to put the window up and down a couple times to make the motors adjust and then after you do it about 5 or 6 times, keep the window up for at least an hour to make it form nicely.
You have to put it up and down a couple times because as you just saw, I pushed it up and the motor automatically took it down. You need to calibrate the motor and after you do it a couple times, then you keep the window up.
Now we're going to move on to the rear. Now we're on the passenger side rear window. The flat part of the visor goes towards the front and the curved part towards the rear. It goes in the window just like so, but you have to remove the cover off the 3M tape and then install it.
Push it towards the back of the seal so it doesn't stick on up front. You need to get it in place before it sticks on. Push it back and then you can pull it forward so the tape adheres.
Now we're going to leave the window up for about an hour. Finish the other side and your installation's finished.
Our PUTCO window visors are installed. They look great. Installation couldn't be easier. Takes about an hour and a half and before you know it, you'll be heading down the road.