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2010 8P Wind Deflectors?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by buzzkip, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. buzzkip

    buzzkip Member

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    Hi all,

    Does anyone know a decent place online, to order 2010 Audi A3 8P Wind Deflectors? (3-door S-Line)

    I can't seem to find anywhere that looks like a certain product which would fit.



    Cheers :rock:
     
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  3. PH1L

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    any 3 doors from 2004- will fit try searching without the year, im sure ive seen some with them
     
  4. tku

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    Team Heko are the ones I have seen that are supposedly good quality.
     
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    thats the brand i couldnt remember!
     
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    Think im going to have to invest, drove down south and back today and couldnt see out of the side window due to the streaks of salty water! was terrible.
     
  7. tku

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    Well let me know if you find any. Could do with some myself.
     
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    Hi Richy,

    Did you receive these?
     
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    Try putting some Rain-X on the side windows - helps bead the water and increases visibility markedly.
     

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