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  1. Genuine Carbon Fiber Jeep 4-Door Window Guards
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    Beast Carbon Real Carbon Fiber Window Guards for 4-Door JK Jeep Wrangler, '07-'17, 4pcs | Rain & Wind Deflectors, Visors

    Raw and gritty - Beast Carbon Window Guards are fiercely made the USA with military-grade carbon fiber for the ultimate combination of aggressive attitude and tough backwoods performance. They have a clean no-nonsense look and are durable as hell.

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    Beast Carbon Real Carbon Fiber Window Guards, '07-'17 JK Jeep Wrangler, 2-Door, 2pcs | Rain & Wind Deflector, Visor

    Raw and gritty - Beast Carbon Window Guards are fiercely made the USA with military-grade carbon fiber for the ultimate combination of aggressive attitude and tough backwoods performance. They have a clean no-nonsense look and are durable as hell.

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    Beast Carbon Real Carbon Fiber Window Guards, '97-'06 TJ Jeep Wrangler 2-Door, 2pcs | Rain & Wind Deflector, Visor

    Raw and Gritty - Beast Carbon Window Guards are fiercely made the USA with military-grade carbon fiber for the ultimate combination of aggressive attitude and tough backwoods performance. They have a clean no-nonsense look and are durable as hell.

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Additional Information on Jeep Rain Guards / Jeep Window Visors / Jeep Deflectors for Windows

 

History of Jeep

The origin of the name Jeep has a few theories.   The most widely held theory is that the military designation GP (for Government Purposes or General Purpose) was said in a fast manner into the word Jeep, former President Willys-Overland, claimed to have coined the word jeep by slurring the initials G.P. There are no contemporaneous uses of "GP" before later attempts to create a backronym. The first jeep was designed in two days, when the US decided it was time for its aging fleet of Model T’s to be updated with World War II on the horizon. Jeep’s first 4x4 outing was when it was driven up the U.S. Capitol stairs. When the driver was asked what the vehicle was, he responded “It’s a jeep.”

Another theory: It was suggested that soldiers at the time were so impressed with the new vehicles that they informally named it after Eugene the Jeep, a character in the popular Popeye comic strip and cartoons.   This was as early as mid-March 1936. Eugene the Jeep was Popeye's pet and was able to move between dimensions and could solve seemingly impossible problems just like the impressive JEEP vehicle. 

The jeep evolution: Its origins are included in military folklore but the Jeep has since become a consumer brand featuring many popular vehicles you will see on the road today. The famous “CJ” stands for Civilian Jeep, being the first jeep available for civilians after World War II. The Jeep wrangler keeps true to its roots and provides an impressive on road and off road capability set.   A Later version of jeep includes the Cherokee, Commander, Patriot, Comanche, and Scrambler.

Beast Carbon likes to consider itself a rugged solution to go alongside your jeep product.  On the road in extreme weather or off road the Beast Carbon Jeep Window Visor and Rain Guard will hold up to any conditions.

  

The First Jeep Window Visors and Jeep Rain Guards?

The first window deflectors were brought to market by the aftermarket car part industry. The automotive aftermarket is the secondary market of the automotive industry.  This market which produced Jeep Window Visors and Rain Guards is concerned with the manufacturing, distribution, retailing, and implementation of all automobile parts, and accessories, after the sale of the automobile to the consumer. The Jeep Window Visors, Rain Guards, and other parts, accessories are for sale and may not be manufactured by the OEM. These accessories like Rain Guards, and Window Visors and other parts made for comfort, convenience, performance, safety, as well as customization.  These aftermarket automobile parts and are designed for an add-on after the original sale of the motor vehicle.”

Consumers have the option of repairing their vehicles themselves (the "do-it-yourself" or "DIY" segment) or can take the vehicle to a professional repair facility (the "do-it-for me" or "DIFM" segment). The aftermarket helps keep vehicles on the road by providing consumers the choice of where they want their vehicles serviced, maintained, or customized.

With the DIY market-creating innovation and then productizing the innovation through new avenues we are seeing more diversity in the market than ever before.   Beast Carbon was founded on the thought that we can make higher quality Windows Visors, and Rain Guards utilizing carbon fiber and through innovation lower the cost to compete with the lower quality plastic injection mold products that exist on the market currently.

The United States overall automotive aftermarket is estimated to be worth $318.2 billion (2013), contributing more than 2.3% to GDP. The aftermarket employs 4.2 million people who work at manufacturers, distributors, retailers and repair shops.  We feel the Jeep market itself makes up a large percentage of this number.

In the United States, online sales of aftermarket accessories have shown year over year increases over traditional brick and mortar stores. In fact, according to Hedges & Company, "Sales of auto parts & accessories continued to climb in 2015, and will continue the trend into 2016 to reach $7.4 billion dollars, posting a 16% increase over 2015."  

Products for Jeeps including Window Visors and Rain Guards will contribute to this incredible growth.  Beast Carbon is an American manufacturer making all our parts in the U.S.A! 

 

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Market Overview Window Visors and Rain Guards

The first window deflectors were brought to market by the aftermarket car part industry.
The automotive aftermarket is the secondary market of the automotive industry.  This market which produced Window Visors and Rain Guards is concerned with the manufacturing, distribution, retailing, and implementation of all automobile parts, and accessories, after the sale of the automobile to the consumer. The Window Visors, Rain Guards, and other parts, accessories are for sale and may not be manufactured by the OEM. These accessories like Rain Guards, and Window Visors and other parts made for comfort, convenience, performance, safety, as well as customization.  These aftermarket automobile parts and are designed for an add-on after the original sale of the motor vehicle.”

Consumers have the option of repairing their vehicles themselves (the "do-it-yourself" or "DIY" segment) or can take the vehicle to a professional repair facility (the "do-it-for me" or "DIFM" segment). The aftermarket helps keep vehicles on the road by providing consumers the choice of where they want their vehicles serviced, maintained, or customized.

With the DIY market-creating innovation and then productizing the innovation through new avenues we are seeing more diversity in the market than ever before.   Beast Carbon was founded on the thought that we can make higher quality Windows Visors, and Rain Guards utilizing carbon fiber and through innovation lower the cost to compete with the lower quality plastic injection mold products that exist on the market currently.

The United States overall automotive aftermarket is estimated to be worth $318.2 billion (2013), contributing more than 2.3% to GDP. The aftermarket employs 4.2 million people who work at manufacturers, distributors, retailers and repair shops.

In the United States, online sales of aftermarket accessories have shown year over year increases over traditional brick and mortar stores.

 

What is a Window Visor and Rain Guard

A window deflector is mounted above the doors of some automobiles, to protect the inside of the car from rain or other precipitation in case of slightly opened windows. Additionally, it may help to prevent precipitation entering the interior in case of an opened door, e.g. dropping from the roof or directly from the air. Deflectors are also fitted to sunroofs to deviate the wind.

It is also known as a "monsoon shield" or a "rain visor" (in countries without monsoon). The primary purpose of window deflectors is to prevent dust, snow, rain, other precipitation or excessive wind from entering the cabin. Also, window deflectors direct air flows over the vehicle, and thus, reduce the wind noise when driving on moderate speeds. Window deflectors can be installed directly in the window channel or attached to the vehicle's body in the sunroof or side window area using 3M automotive-grade adhesive tape. Window deflectors are a common accessory in the automotive aftermarket. Being vehicle-specific, they are normally designed to fit the individual car, truck or SUV models.

 

Types of Window Visors

Currently, 2 types of materials are in use to produce Window Visors and Rain Guards.

The first material is a plastic injection mold. Overview of plastics for Window Visors and Rain Guards. Plastics - acrylic and polycarbonate sheet materials plastics.  Acrylic and polycarbonate sheet materials are widely used for Window Visors and Rain Guards because they come in a wide variety of colors, are easy to form into complex shapes including curvature and finishing.  Acrylic and polycarbonate materials are easy to paint, print, and bond with adhesives and solvent cement.

Material options: Makrolon® polycarbonate sheet and OPTIX® and Plexiglas® acrylic sheet are utilized. Polycarbonate - Polycarbonates have superior impact resistance compared with acrylics and they are often specified when durability during shipping and installation are required. Acrylic - Acrylics generally have superior optical properties compared with polycarbonate materials. Fluted olefins - Plastic sheet materials such as Coroplast® are inexpensive and easy to print.

Pros: Rain Guards and Window Visors are easy and cheap to make and produce with this method. They can be made with many colors and are very light.

Cons: They do not hold up to wear and tear from a physical standpoint and also from a UV standpoint.  You will find that Rain Guards and Window Visors will have color fade over time and become brittle in extreme temperature changes requiring additional purchases over time.

2. The Second Material is Carbon Fiber: Carbon fiber is generally combined with another material creating a composite, to form a carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer. This combination is very rigid, and has a very high strength-to-weight ratio. 

 

With these 2 types of materials, there are 2 primary applications for the product.

1. High Strength – Tape on - Vent Window Visors and Rain Guards

1) Pros: Window Visors and Rain Guards are easy to mount over your vehicle's window frames with included automotive-grade 3M tape. Anyone can install and since the Beast Carbon Window Visors and Rain Guards since utilizing Carbon Fiber the life of the product is considerably longer. Frame coverage provides additional shelter for the entire window channel. Beast Carbon Window Visors and Rain Guards have no risk of scratching the glass or interfering with window operation.

2) Cons: The removal process is easy but with plastic RAIN Guards and Window Visors, you tend to have to replace more often.  With Beast Carbon, this is not the case. After removal, the leftover adhesive can leave behind a residue. Beast Carbon provides Carbon Fiber Rain Guards and Window Visors which are as light as plastic and strong as steel.  This means you will not need to replace this product as it will stand up to the tough environments.

2. In-Channel Window Visors and Rain Guards

1) Pros: Easy to install with no adhesive, drilling or tools. Designed to deliver a sleek, low-profile look. Easy to remove or replace – just pop out at any time.

2) Cons: Snug-fit design requires extra force, bending or flexing which may cause damage. After a few years of use, in channel window visors may loosen up, rattle or even fall out. Contact between visor and window may cause light glass scratching or deflector damage.