Ventvisor/window deflectors? Does anyone offer them for Broncos?

EBG
Jun 24, 2024

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Jun 24, 2024

NOT Bronco "sport" - I'm talking about REAL Broncos.

I'd like to be able to drive with the side windows partly open, but the way they flutter and shake has me seriously concerned for their durability. If I could find some ventvisor/wind deflectors to shift the air away from the front edge of the glass, that would be great - but I can't find anyone who offers them. NOT the "rain gutters" that only fit across the top.

Seems like they're offered for just about every vehicle, and the Bronco has been on the market long enough - who offers them? Anyone?

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Jun 24, 2024

#1
NOT Bronco "sport" - I'm talking about REAL Broncos.

I'd like to be able to drive with the side windows partly open, but the way they flutter and shake has me seriously concerned for their durability. If I could find some ventvisor/wind deflectors to shift the air away from the front edge of the glass, that would be great - but I can't find anyone who offers them. NOT the "rain gutters" that only fit across the top.

Seems like they're offered for just about every vehicle, and the Bronco has been on the market long enough - who offers them? Anyone?

Where would they attach on frameless windows ?
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Jun 24, 2024

#2
NOT Bronco "sport" - I'm talking about REAL Broncos.

I'd like to be able to drive with the side windows partly open, but the way they flutter and shake has me seriously concerned for their durability. If I could find some ventvisor/wind deflectors to shift the air away from the front edge of the glass, that would be great - but I can't find anyone who offers them. NOT the "rain gutters" that only fit across the top.

Seems like they're offered for just about every vehicle, and the Bronco has been on the market long enough - who offers them? Anyone?

Good luck. I have spent time looking for some or coming up with an idea but as stated above, no top frame so maybe impossible.

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Jun 25, 2024

#3
Where would they attach on frameless windows ?

Well, since the idea is to deflect air away from the side window opening, I would say the rear edge of the A pillars (where the rubber weatherstripping that the glass seals against when closed) would be a logical location.

Bucephalus

Jun 25, 2024

#4
Well, since the idea is to deflect air away from the side window opening, I would say the rear edge of the A pillars (where the rubber weatherstripping that the glass seals against when closed) would be a logical location.

Think this through for a second.
If you had a window deflector & mounted it on the A-Pillar, or the B-Pillar, or the Roof line, how would you open/close the door without lowering the window.
It's the trade off of frameless windows on the doors.
I don't believe I've ever seen any convertible or frameless window vehicle with them.
Deano Bronc

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Jun 25, 2024

#5
This is something I've had on every single truck that I'm definitely missing on the Bronco. Not sure how you could get some to work especially on the soft top.

I'm wondering though if some in-channel style would work on the hard top. But even then, they most likely wouldn't b/c the window doesn't drop far enough when you unlock the door. The window would end up hitting the visor
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