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Fantastic wind deflector parts from Stan

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Guten Tag all!

Just received two plastic guides that have been missing for decades from my spring-loaded wind deflector that Stan is now reproducing. The fit is unbelievably precise. You would be totally unable to differentiate the replacements from the originals except that Stan's are cleaner/whiter than the now yellowed 38-year-old originals. But this is truly a masterful engineering feat. My hat is off to him!

If you're looking for one of these wind delectors, you can buy with confidence from Stan. He has done a great service to the '02 community. Many thanks!

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If you use that plastic cleaner that makes fogged headlight lenses clear with a toothbrush, you can get the old ones much cleaner

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I have to agree, the plastic guides/rubstrips on the hinges are superb and they actually snap on but I also used clear silicone adhesive to make sure they stay in place.

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