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    Default carbon pollen filters

    are they worth the extra or is it better just to stick with a normal one?

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    I got mine from the bay i would say yes they are worth it stops fumes going into the cab i dont even notice any car fumes in the car even if i got a van in front of me so its a big Yes from me p.s the one on ebay for £13ish make him an offer for £10 and it will be yours it worked for me

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    It depends - both types stop pollen and other small particles - the carbon type is used to absorb odours as well - so I guess it depends where you drive (or what you eat).

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    only a couple of quid difference so i would go carbon

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    It's an essential upgrade... especially around muckspreading time !!

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    I went for it in the end. thanks for the info chaps

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