T3 wind deflectors

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Re: T3 wind deflectors

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Yep..... the Dubflecta chap is a bit of an a*** I have to say.
Mine took ages to arrive and one snapped when fitting very carefully.
When I tried contacting him for a replacement he actually seriously moaned when I emailed him at 6pm .
Now fitted I'm happy with them


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Re: T3 wind deflectors

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Fitted dubfleca ones many years ago, still going strong. I cant say as I've ever bumbed my head on them or knocked them out accidentally.
They are a God send when parked up to be able to leeve the windows open a couple of inches.
Only down side I have is that they do obscure the view through my Synco mirrors .
Sounds like delivery and customer service has gone down hill big time.
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I'm confused why anyone would hit their head on them- are people hanging their head through the window or something?
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slowcoach wrote: 09 Aug 2020, 08:49 I'm confused why anyone would hit their head on them- are people hanging their head through the window or something?

I was wondering the same :rollin
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slowcoach wrote:I'm confused why anyone would hit their head on them- are people hanging their head through the window or something?
You should pop your head out when you reverse as a double check for your blind spot.
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Still never banged my head on it :rollin
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Got decent reversing camera setup :ok
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Re: T3 wind deflectors

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Hello,

My 2 € cents worth.... :roll:

Heko 'along the top' deflectors, silicone sealed in place, still going strong after 8 years.

Fresnel stick on rear view lens,no electronics, no wiring,...I can see both ends of the rear bumper..... :wink:

Rowlsey brackets and mirrors...3 position..and fold flat when necessary...

Simple, cheap, effective..

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Cordialement,

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