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    Mirror guard



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    Definitely worthwhile having,they've saved loads of mirrors on my work trucks.
    668,the neighbour of the beast.

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    Defiantly worth it IMO boxer door mirrors 800 pug price .they are tough ,if you do get them enlarge the hole for outdoor temp sender or it may not read correctly .mine read way to high, much easier to do before fitting can also be fitted to minor damaged mirror 50. EBay. .
    Last edited by molly 2; 07-11-2018 at 13:17.

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    I have the Milenco mirror guards on, at virtualy half that price and I am happy with the fit and quality of them. Having looked at both at shows I personally don't think them to be worth twice the money.
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    Had my offside mirror hit twice in 2 days by apparently oblivious oncoming drivers barrelling along narrow Welsh lanes. That prompted me to fit Mirrorguards and I added some Solas reflective tape to the covers for good measure. I can't vouch for their protective abilities because no-one has hit me in the two years since I fitted them, but the behaviour of approaching drivers instantly changed from barrelling along regardless to giving me a much wider berth and slowing or stopping on several occasions. Worth their weight in gold as far as I'm concerned.

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    Be aware there are some on the market though that are very thin and not worth fitting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borders2 View Post
    Can't remember the make I bought but saved my mirrors several times . Usually my fault

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    Yes, we have one
    I am thinking of fitting new short arm mirrors. There are some cheap on eval, but not sure about quality
    Tramping the Dream, Enjoying the Pot of Sunshine at the Rainbow end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fazerloz View Post
    I have the Milenco mirror guards on, at virtualy half that price and I am happy with the fit and quality of them. Having looked at both at shows I personally don't think them to be worth twice the money.


    Plus a bit of hHiViz tape to wake up any on comer with limited viability
    Swift 630G
    in the boot

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    Defleffs Summer
    A driver hit my mirror guard and pusher the mirror against my side window,
    I pushed the mirror back to it's correct position and carried on, no problem.
    BUT before selling my van I took the guard off thinking I would refit it to my new van. I was most surprised to find the Fiat mirror had bad cracks as the guard did not even have scratches, definitely worth the money.

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