General Wind Deflectors.

Most Easterly Pandas

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gtidriver

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Well they arrived yesterday and they go back today. I tried fitting them, the fronts went in and held ok but the rears even with the clips don't allow the window to fully wind to the top without fouling the glass. Nice idea though.
 

Most Easterly Pandas

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Well they arrived yesterday and they go back today. I tried fitting them, the fronts went in and held ok but the rears even with the clips don't allow the window to fully wind to the top without fouling the glass. Nice idea though.

They do need working a few times at first, but tbh how often do you open the rear windows :confused:
 

LeanMeanRacing

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I prefer the Climair rear deflectors as you can open the window without rain getting in.



MEP - When teaching in the rain, I often open the rear windows and then the through-flow of air helps to keep it mist-free without the need for the AC.
 
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