Mirror guards

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  1. Lozsing

    Lozsing Funster

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    want to order some mirror guards but not sure which size. I think I need to order the med/long arm version can anyne confirm this please , going to try and attach a photo
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    Those look like long arm to me
     
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    What van have you got/getting?
     
  4. Lozsing

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    Bessacarr 462
     
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    Be careful i ordered them and paid for them to be sent to my French address. They were sent to my billing address in UK, this cost me an extra £13.50 to have them sent to France.
    The most annoying thing is he will not respond to e mails.
    Great product spoiled by abysmal customer service!
     
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    We have the same. It's long arm.I texted the number on their website. Replied within 2 minutes he was very helpful. Told me was expecting another batch Wednesday, I rang on Wednesday to make sure they were there and he said he was dealing with them as we speak, They were delivered on Friday. I think that's excellent service. They are better than the last lot too with an inner lining making them more hardy I would guess. The first ones we had when they first come out split on impact with another vehicle.
     
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    As i said great product but why does he not respond to e mails?
     
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    Not sure. Just putting my experience on here. Why not text and ask him?
     
  9. Lozsing

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    thanks for all your help just ordered them online
     
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    arrived today and fitted
     
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    Hi Lozsing, where did you get the mirror protectors from please?
     
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    Probably from here http://www.mirrorguard.co.uk/ as they are the original & genuine ones but a couple of cheap copies out there!
     
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    No response to text or e mail pffft
     
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    I ordered last sunday got them today, no text or email then again I didn't need to ask him anything, look far stronger than the cheaper ones.
     
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    From previous threads it was commented that Mirrorguard is a small company & they are usually busy at shows so may not always respond as quickly as others but their product is well made & lots of good feedback from Funsters who believe fitting them has saved their mirrors when hit. To compare their product with the other versions just ask on the stand at the shows as they have them all & although more expensive Mirrorguard are clearly much better in build quality. We haven't tried them yet as not made for Ford Transits as replacement mirrors are cheap enough as no indicators in them. As shown here http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/forum...16-new-interesting.139219/page-5#post-2063100 their latest design now also has a shock absorbing foam lining.
     

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