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I'm new here to the site and have a question for you guys and gals. I recently received my 2013 825i the other day. I bought it with the poly roof, glass front windshield, and poly rear panel with a sliding window. I use my gator to check irrigation wells so I do a lot of driving on gravel roads. After driving it for a few days I noticed that the dust is pretty bad inside the cab. I can tell that the dust gets sucked in and hangs there. I was wondering if I would take off the rear panel, if that would solve my problem or make it worse. Does anyone else have this issue and if so how did you fix it?
 

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I had the same issue driving gravel roads or spraying fence rows in dry conditions. Switched to a half windshield, a roof and back panel. Now the air flows over my head, down the back and out the sides. No dirt in the cab.
 

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you have lower air pressure inside causing dusty air to be drawn in. what I did is remove the front shield during the dusty months. I have tried several things prior to removing the windshield but none worked very good. channeled air in through a large vent-failed,cut air vents in the roof-failed. most of the fixes require speed to make them work. (lots of air flow)my speeds were under 10mph.
I pulled the shield off in aug and put it on in sept.
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I take the wind shield off when the temps start to warm up outside. It makes for a more comfortable ride! Sometime in November the windshield goes back on for the cold weather.
 
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