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handsomejackuk
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type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by handsomejackuk » Sat 26 Aug, 2017 20:00

managed to pickup a early type 1 windstopper at zedfest no brackets with it so made my own.. need to get some covers for the m8 nuts but pretty happy with the way it turned out

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colb
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Re: type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by colb » Sat 26 Aug, 2017 20:09

Neat job, well done.
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Re: type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by peter2b » Mon 28 Aug, 2017 21:30

tried mine out yesterday it's the type that fits over the roll bars , must be one thing that I've done that's perfect for swmbo she doesn't need to wear a hat now
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Re: type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by handsomejackuk » Fri 01 Sep, 2017 19:50

mk3 bracket a bit stronger and now with quick release..... at least i can take it off quickly now if i need to and i can fold it flat with roof up...

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Re: type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by peter2b » Sat 02 Sep, 2017 09:19

if any one is Interested I have a narrow type mesh screen £60 + postage , I got it off eBay but I could not get it to fit my face lift z3
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colb
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Re: type 1 windstopper fitted

Post by colb » Sat 02 Sep, 2017 11:26

Peter might be an idea to put in the measurement between the mounting pins of the deflector as there are two types with different measurements between the pins to suit pre facelift and facelift cars.
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1999 BMW 1.8 Z3
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