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Sun shade, which one to choose: roll up or folding?


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Old 07-01-2015, 04:15 AM
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Default Sun shade, which one to choose: roll up or folding?

We have a lot of serious performance parts and products for Chryslers, but looks like it's the right time to talk about one other silly but very useful accessory.

It's summer and in some places it's getting so hot that you can cook your lunch on the roof of a car. Interior extremely warms up and few minutes before a cool air from AC gets in last for ever.

Here are the results of some researches that I found online:

A car sun shade will help you to avoid overheating of interior and protect it from fading. Intro-tech is a manufacturer of custom sun shades for cars and trucks. Their products have very attractive pricing and reliable quality proven with many years of our partnership.
You can read more about this manufacturer here.

There are two common types of sun shades: Roll up and Folding.

Both options come in a custom size to fit under the windshield of your Crossfire. Common colors are Silver and Gold as they reflect the heath and UV rays in the best way.

Intro-Tech® - Ultimate Reflector™ Custom Folding Auto Shade

Intro-Tech® - Custom Auto Shade™

You can also look up the full list of Sun shades for your model of Crossfire on this page: Chrysler Crossfire Windshield Sun Shades -

Share your experience and tell which type is more convenient in everyday usage?

1. Folding sun shade


2. Roll up sun shade

Leave your comments and inquiries in the comments below!
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Old 07-01-2015, 09:24 AM
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Default Re: Sun shade, which one to choose: roll up or folding?

I wonder what Mrmiata has to say about these guys, I do not think it will be a ringing endorsement.
They slipped this near ad into the Detail Shop forum, Hmm?
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Old 07-01-2015, 11:14 AM
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Default Re: Sun shade, which one to choose: roll up or folding?

$60 for a piece of junk like that. Get one from the dollar store.
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Old 07-01-2015, 12:49 PM
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Default Re: Sun shade, which one to choose: roll up or folding?

Wonder if they have any discounted Lexani wheels.. maybe some with chrome registers would be nice for my roadster.. OH WAIT.. our salesman hadn't even heard the term REGISTERS before dealing with us! But we should have known and confirmed we wanted them black.. never mind a picture of EXACTLY what we wanted was sent..

Visa dispute is your friend when your told "sux to be you".. we aren't fixing it. And I still get a chuckle out of the phone call "we won the dispute.. do we have Lexani fix the barrels being black or ship to you as is"... and they hadn't even responded to Visa over things.. NICE TRY CARID..

They may work fine for trinket sales.. but DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND LOOK FOR REVIEWS ON DEALING WITH WHEELS - we had lots of company from other people with issues over them!
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