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    Okay, so I'm looking for rain guards, but not the type that stick to the door frame. I want the ones that go up into the window frame. They call them "in-channel" rain guards. I can't seem to find them for the 2015 wrx. Anyone know where I can get a set?

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    Maybe weathertech I know they had the from the previous body style it just may take some more time for them to be released. Just keep this in mind if you have tint on your window and then you get that style of rain guard it may mess up your tint alignment and there may be a little bit of non tinted window showing not sure if that would bother you or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cflip2x View Post
    Maybe weathertech I know they had the from the previous body style it just may take some more time for them to be released. Just keep this in mind if you have tint on your window and then you get that style of rain guard it may mess up your tint alignment and there may be a little bit of non tinted window showing not sure if that would bother you or not.
    Ah, yea that would definitely bother me. Hmm, what's the most inconspicuous set that glues to the frame?

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    honestly just get the stick on ones most people don't notice the things if you also have tinted windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cflip2x View Post
    honestly just get the stick on ones most people don't notice the things if you also have tinted windows.
    Thanks for the help and advice

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    I have a problem with the ones in the window activating the pinch protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJman View Post
    I have a problem with the ones in the window activating the pinch protection.
    Really? I never would've thought it would be a problem. I have the ones that go in the window in my truck and it's pinch protection is never effected by it.

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    Yeah neither did I. I've been having a problem with mine for a while now and my window keeps goofing up, I narrowed it down to that, its fine without them, borked with them.

    I just decided to leave the windows up. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJman View Post
    Yeah neither did I. I've been having a problem with mine for a while now and my window keeps goofing up, I narrowed it down to that, its fine without them, borked with them.

    I just decided to leave the windows up. Lol
    Lol yea it'd definitely get annoying. the only reason I didn't want to do the ones that stick to the window is because I'm skeptical of gluing things to my brand new vehicle lol.

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