x250 Ducato Headlamp Deflectors for Europe

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  1. kinsleyboy

    kinsleyboy Read Only Funster

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    Hi Funsters,
    We are off to France in May & would be grateful for ideas of where & what type of headlamp deflectors to get for my X250 Ducato based m/h?
    Thanks:Smile:
     
  2. Diabalo

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    Halfords eurolites:thumb:
     
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    I bought a pair of headlamp protectors for my X250 , off an EBay site. The protectors were supplied with the self adhesive blackout section to fit to the pre-marked areas on the plastic protectors - otherwise the halfords stick ons :Smile:
     

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  4. N Luyetund

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    me too unfortunately didn't come with stickers or markings.... any chance of a pic showing em fitted please?
     
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    I will be going to the van storage tomorrow & will tack the blackouts in place & post the photos :Smile:
     
  6. N Luyetund

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    Thanks very much Dick :thumb:
     
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    Hi Dellwood don't suppose you have the details of the company that you bought them from?
     
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    Ducato headlamp deflectors ebay

    I just bought a set from fourdrive-styling on ebay
    seller 4dive6365 for £39.99 +£7.89 courier

    YOU ARE LOOKING AT A NEW PAIR OF HEADLAMP PROTECTORS TO FIT A FIAT DUCATO, PEUGEOT BOXER OR CITROEN RELAY 2002 TO 2006,THEY HAVE CONTINENTAL LIGHT DEFLECTORS INCLUDED AND COME WITH A FITTING KIT AND INSTRUCTIONS. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND GOOD LUCK.
    WHEN ORDERING PLEASE STATE YEAR MAKE AND MODEL
    PLEASE E-MAIL OR RING STEVE FOR COURIER QUOTES TO THE HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS, OR ANY QUESTIONS,
    01406 540272 01406 540272 .
     
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    Am I missing something in your question or are you just looking for beam benders to drive at night in France ?
    If you are then simply buy a set of self adhesive "HEADLIGHT BEAM BENDERS" from Halfords at £11.99 with fitting instructions. They are simple to use and I pulled mine off after my trip and re-used them twice.
    They are better than the blackout type as they do not reduce the light as much.
    Hope this helps.
    Denny.
     
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    2002 to 2006 is not the new Fiat X250 Chassis
     
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    It's the headlight protectors I'm looking for.
     
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    Stuck them on today. Photos attached. Hope you can zoom in close enough to see the guide marks. :Smile:
     

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    NOOOO do not use these, I did on my car last year, took them of and left a sticky bit, was advised by lots of others to use fingernail remover pads, i did foolishl and party sort of melted my lens :cry:

    use protectors and put any beam bender on that
     
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    :thumb: Thanks Dick... another job to add to the list :BigGrin:
     
  16. Diabalo

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    I have used these about 6 times now, the sticky bit does stay on the plastic lense but every time it comes off easily with neat washing up liquid and paper kitchen towl:thumb:

    Acetone nail polish remover would melt the plastic and need polishing back out:thumb:
     
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    tell me about it:cry:
     
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