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Vent visor question

Do the in channel ones have double sided tape as well?
The thing that gets me is, it says in channel but then it says 3m tape so I'm like wtf?

http://m.summitracing.com/parts/AVS-92083
Summit has this one and another one that is like $10 more. I am adamant about no tape and want them to be in channel. Any other suggestions?
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In Channel use tape to stick it to the weather striping. I want mine on the paint
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That is what I thought. Thanks
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Just curious... why don't you want any tape in the channel?
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Not in the channel. On the paint. It's just confusing when they say it comes w/ tape but is an in channel one.
I can live w/ it in the channel. I just don't wanna deal w/ the residue that might be on the paint down the road if anything happens.

I just wanna know if the one I posted is an in the channel one. If not, please feel free to post up any that I might be looking for.
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the in channel ones have tape as well as the outside channels. both use 3M double sided tape. now the in channels secure in the channel obviously with the tape stuck to the outer most piece of black weather stripping. so when you roll up your window itll push the tape snuggly against the weather stripping. and oyu know how the outside ones work.
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Yea, I figured that was how they worked once I looked at one today. However, I wasn't shelling out $61+ when I know they can be had for half that.
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