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Wind Deflector and Roof Up

Old 03-10-2018, 09:42 AM
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Default Wind Deflector and Roof Up

With a 2012 C70 Can the wind deflector remain installed with the Roof able to go up and down without removing the Deflector each time?
Old 04-08-2018, 07:52 PM
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Default Have you tried it yet?


I don't see why not as I'm sure there's sufficient room between the roof and the deflector, and just for peace of mind, fold down the vertical section behind the front head rests before putting the roof up.

Maybe you could update your thread with your findings as other Mk 1 C70 rag-top owners may find the info useful, but FWIW, I'm a relatively new Swedish meatball owner of a 2007 C70 SE D5 Geartronic (possibly the cheapest in the UK in July 2007) and I bought a new wind deflector from a German evilBay vendor for about 70,00 (delivered) several months ago, but it doesn't fold in half like the OEM version or have a case, so a small price to pay in comparison.

Could you update your thread and let us know how you got on?


Old 04-22-2018, 07:08 PM
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I purchased the OEM wind deflector for my 07 C70 and now have it in my 11 C70 and the deflector fits perfectly with the top up or down.
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