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Finally got a Wind Deflector

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Finally managed to get someone to part with their wind deflector today - it has taken a couple of months!

Having driven for a few months without it, it is nice to finally get one. They do make such a big difference - and that's just in the wife's moaning that her hair is being wrecked! :twisted:

Cheers for the advice Scott. :D


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Good Work Chris, but no more hair drying :(
...it's gonna add at least half an hour to your moring routine :wink:

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Nice one Chris.

Be careful taking it on and off. Those catches can make a permanent dint in your leather if you're not careful.


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Jay T on 05 June 2006

Nice one Chris.

Be careful taking it on and off. Those catches can make a permanent dint in your leather if you're not careful.
Cheers, will be careful. Not that I plan to take it on and off much.

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Now Chris you dont want to mess your hair up do you :wink:


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Jay T on 05 June 2006

Nice one Chris.

Be careful taking it on and off. Those catches can make a permanent dint in your leather if you're not careful.
This is very true, clearly the previous owner of mine got it wrong once or twice......so far I've been careful and rather lucky.....mine's on now and not coming off until the autumn....

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Actually my car has the dents, so I know one of the owners had a deflector, probably just too tight to sell it with the car. I wouldn't make the mistake of buying a cab without one in the future!

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still would have been easier to just buy a coupe !

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Sundeep on 05 June 2006

still would have been easier to just buy a coupe !
But not as much fun when the sun shines!

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One came with the new car I am so impressed at the difference, my old one had the marks so I recon the garage lifted it on sale, I was quicker than them this time.

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