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post #1 of 5 Old 08-08-2011, 07:40 AM Thread Starter
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Hi all, I'm looking at getting some wind deflectors I've seen them on eBay for between 30-40 from various sellers a few questions, do they work? Are they easy to fit? Are the ones on eBay cheap & nasty ? Any thoughts or recommndations!!

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Hi I had the climair deflectors on my Fiesta and they are good. They really do work and when it rains you do not get it dripping on you. As for fitting I have had it done by my dealer. I am having them fitted to my 2010 cmax on wednesday the cost is 65.83. The dealer is fitting them free as the car came from them. Hope this helps.Geoff
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Get the climair ones. There's a club discount for them too. [img]smileys/smiley20.gif[/img]

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I bought some of those from Ebay for my Vauxhall Zafira a few years ago. They were OK, but when using the one touch window up, they used to bounce back, which was really annoying. The front ones fit better than the rear. They do look good though, and they definately work. I used them when I was mini-cabbing, when driving to Heathrow on the motorway, you could still have the window down a bit without the noise of the wind.

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