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    Get the white ones. With long arm mirrors they really stand out and give an optical illusion to oncoming traffic that you are a big wide vehicle. Drivers keep out of your way. Try it yourself. Stand in front of a moho with white mirror gards and then do the same with one with black ones. Notice the difference. 😊

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    Total agreement

    These guards have saved me a fortune as I have tried and tested them unfortunately a few times and yes they make my van appear wider as other vehicles definitely give me more room now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian and Cath View Post
    These guards have saved me a fortune as I have tried and tested them unfortunately a few times and yes they make my van appear wider as other vehicles definitely give me more room now.
    Same here when I had my C Class.
    I actually hit one that hard that the glass shattered but the guard saved the ‘body’ of the mirror. It cost me approx £25.00 for new glass versus £200.00 + for a full mirror.
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    Have a chuckle

    Just had a closer look at the mirrors and the guards are already installed. Didn't notice as the cab roof is white and so are the mirrors so just thought it was part of the "look". Saved us a few bob though.

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    Hi Guys,

    Been reading all about your opinions on Mirror Guards, very interesting.

    My question is, does anyone make them for my MK7 Transit?

    Regards,

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borders2 View Post
    Hey hi ya B2,
    I actually looked at Thease for ‘The Nest’ at one time a bit back, But couldn’t find ones to fit 1996 Peugeot Boxer, So will look foreword to rummaging Around this thread.

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    I think that this is the reason why you can't buy Transit after market mirror protectors at £100 a pair :

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    Paul

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    Fiat or Ford ? - I rest my case.

    Paul

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    That's why they are starting to nick Fiats now to break, no money to be made on Transit parts any more.

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