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Old 10-04-2018, 08:34 PM   #1
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Default Wind deflectors for Sky

Since GM thought it would be cool (read "idiotic" by drivers) to scotch side vents, there's a real tornado when cruising in a Sky with the top down. A behind the seats windblocker will only work if the side windows are up. Might as well leave the top up as well. Any way, has anyone thought to make deflectors like MGs used to have?

It seems it would be fairly easy to use tempered glass and mount the deflectors to the windshield frame. Thoughts?

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