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My SSR does not leak while I have the windows rolled up... but the first time I roll them down after a rain (even hours later), it dumps a large amount of water right on my pants leg (looks embarrassing, I can tell you) The roof/window interface also seems to collect a lot of water while it is lightly misting - I get a lot more water in the truck with the window cracked during a mist/light rain than I ever did in any of my other vehicles.

Any quick fixes for this?

Thanks (again) for all the help -
 

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My SSR does not leak while I have the windows rolled up... but the first time I roll them down after a rain (even hours later), it dumps a large amount of water right on my pants leg (looks embarrassing, I can tell you) The roof/window interface also seems to collect a lot of water while it is lightly misting - I get a lot more water in the truck with the window cracked during a mist/light rain than I ever did in any of my other vehicles.

Any quick fixes for this?

Thanks (again) for all the help -
Nope no fix at all, exept maybe to keep a hand towel in the cab. A black one goes unnoticed.
 

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actually had this issue today and put a little thought into it...I have always used ventshades as I am one of THOSE people...(smokers). Looking for a set now that has the slope of the SSR side window to see if it can be cut off at the roof line. loks will be the determining factor...that and the amount of wind you will lose with the top down and the windsuppressr doing it's job in the rear. Will post here if I find anything more...
 
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