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    Fkin wind deflectors

    Had a set since May. They were pretty good, except today when driving about 45mph, one of the rear ones decided to fly off! No idea where it went (tried looking a few times). Not impressed as i had 3 metal clips in it as well!

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    IMHO best thing for them, they look so naff on cars, like something out of the late 70's early 80's

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    I went off them when 2 cracked and 1 fell off.

    Pain in the ass really cause its not all aways about look, they did serve a function and they did not look too bad.
    Some they look naff on though.

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    They served a purpose when I had cars with no air con. I always bought Climair deflectors; good quality product and the UK importer was in the next town. But these days I don't need to drive with the window open.
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    i bought ones for my b7 but apparently are b6 fitment which iv been told are the same?
    But my rear ones are such a naff fit, the drivers side especially, keeps pushing its way outwards.
    2 clips in it but im scared to open rear windows for that exact reason.

    and tbh sometimes after washing the car... i do notice a little water inside the window.
    They might have to go!

 

 

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