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Running boards, body side moldings, moonroof visor, splash guards
Does your moon roof visor create wind noise down highway like the roof is open when it’s not? Ever since mine got put on it sounds like it’s open - it’s annoying. Thinking of having it taken off.
 

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No, it may be installed incorrectly.
 

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No, it may be installed incorrectly.
I saw a post of someone that bought the one for CRV cause their old one on Pilot was noisy. Was that you? I can’t find the post now.
 

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The one on my Pilot was noisey for sure, this one is quiet.
 

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Yes, the one for the CRV
 

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Is anyone else looking too install door guards or molding? I can just already see car doors slaming into my passport and dinging the doors.
I just had them installed on my silver 2019 Passport and love them. Not only is there added protection but I think it adds to the nice look.
 

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Running boards, body side moldings, moonroof visor, splash guards
Nice ride! Love the blue! It’s killing me. Can’t decide between the OBP and MSM.
Is the side molding high enough that most doors would contact it instead of the body. Appear a bit low to me.
 

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I had the OEM door edge guards for 13 years on my CRV and while they kept me from dinging anyone's car, they don’t keep someone else from dinging mine. I still put them on again though...??‍♀ They look fine and barely noticeable.

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I had the OEM door edge guards for 13 years on my CRV and while they kept me from dinging anyone's car, they don’t keep someone else from dinging mine. I still put them on again though...??‍♀ They look fine and barely noticeable.

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I always put them on my cars. For my door protection, and to be considerate of others in the event of a strong wind or parked on a slant. Don’t want to be “that guy” that causes a headache for someone else.

For some reason, this brought back memories of installing spring curb feelers on my Mon’s Chevy Impala wagon many years ago. I hated cleaning her white sideways all of the time. ?
 

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Yes, yes and yes. Had both on my 2014 Pilot and they saved me a multitude of damage. Lots of little dings in the side molding but not in the doors. Honda has wised up as well. They are using a black material instead of white under the door moldings now. On my black Pilot the under plastic was white and you could easy see where the moldings had been hit.
 
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