Fiat Ducato door window wind deflectors (1 Viewer)

May 7, 2017
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Has any member got or know where to buy cab door wind deflectors for latest Ducato, as I'm not sure if Years 2002 to 2006 would fit a 2022 year , Thanks
 

pj650

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H Tony. I bought my deflectors from Vancomfort.
Not the cheapest, but they are good quality.
They are Climair as Landy Andy mentioned.
 

Two on Tour

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I fitted Heko wind deflectors to our van.
Heko do two types for the Ducato, a smaller one that fits at the top of the window, and one that fits along the front and top of the opening window, both are advertised as fitting 2006 > Ducato's

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Sep 17, 2017
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Had them on my previous van. You can drive along with the windows wide open and there's almost no booming noise. You can have the windows open in the rain (provided it's not too breezy!) or at least on the crack to get some air through without it dripping inside.

The disadvantage is they interfere a little with side view and to the mirrors, you quickly learn to ignore them. And when the other half is leaning out the window to pay at the toll point and she's trying to either use the too low car slot or the too high truck slot, she complains it gets in the way.

With the previous van not having aircon, they were good when it was hot. Not sure I'd bother if I had a/c though.
 

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