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Old 04-01-2015, 08:32 PM   #1
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Frameless Window Dilemma

My class c has the black, frameless windows. I love the look of them!

But, I hate that water easily sits on the top of them. A couple of mine are leaking and I'm sure it's because of some small gaps in the seals. This is easily fixed and I'll do that this weekend. But, the fix still leaves the fact water will sit on top of them.

I'm thinking about installing black window deflectors on the tops of the windows. These are the normal deflectors you can get for cars and trucks. Since the windows open from the top and hinge outward, a deflector wouldn't impede opening the window. Or, maybe I use a sunroof deflector such as in this picture below.

Any thoughts? Is there a better solution? Or, just a dumb idea?
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Old 04-02-2015, 07:12 AM   #2
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How about adjusting windows or changing seal so it works properly?

I guess those fancy windows are not that great?
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