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  1. The long winter nights got me thinking that I could make a clear wind deflector as an option. Picked up a previous thread on the wind deflectors and the main suppliers are either based in the USA or Europe. topradio kindly supplied a paper copy of his deflector (USA supplied) which I used. I purchase an A2 sheet of 4mm perspex off Bay of E and attempted to make a wooden template the plan to finish the template using a parallel router bit. As it transpired I just decided to mark the shape on the perspex then use a jig saw to cut out the shape and the hand file to shape..............it worked! Really pleased with the completed article but still to road test. Can't see that there will be any issues as its a very snug fit but I will report back. The trimmed finished piece with protective covering (looking ruff due to the paper edges and marker pen mark's) The fitted article Number 2 marked out ready to cut The bare deflector
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