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Old 24-10-10
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Default Slimline Weathershields

Hi All,

Has anyone fitted slimline weathershields to their NT Pajero and if so do they get in the way when the mirrors are folded? Pictures would be great.

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Don't have the slimline ones but have the full sized ones and they don't cause any problem for the mirrors.
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G/day Victor, I have slimlines fitted & do Not Obstruct Mirrors,If you fit Std ones they will have to be cut to accomadate Aussie Truck Mirrors if Towing. sorry no pics.......Bob
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Bob where did you get the slim weathershields from?
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G/day Brian, Got them from Autobarn..........Bob
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Hi All,

Thanks for the replies, I've been looking at a full set on e-bay except they don't have any pictures of them fitted on a vehicle.

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Talking Wind Deflector

Fitted Genuine Mitsi deflectors. They work really well and dont affect the mirrors.
Quite good in rain as well.
Don't have a very good pic but attached anyway.
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