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    Wind Deflectors / Rain Guards

    Looking for drivers door rain guard (for saloon) as i leant on mine whilst washing the car
    Will consider taking a full set if selling a single one is an issue....Cheers
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    I think you will need a saloon specific one - even though the front doors are the same I think the saloon has a lower profile rain guard.

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    Cheers Nick, i didn't know there was a difference in the fronts too. Looks like the search just became even more challenging

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYKEY View Post
    Cheers Nick, i didn't know there was a difference in the fronts too. Looks like the search just became even more challenging
    I have a V6 fwd estate with a full set being delivered to me next m9nday... I want the rears for my legnum but fronts will be spare if that helps...

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    Cheers Andy, i think as Nick mentioned that there is a difference between the saloon rain guards and the estate one's, including the fronts.
    I'll pop a photo up of mine tomorrow for comparison.

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    I can 100% confirm, that Legnum and Galant wind deflectors are different. Front deflectors shape is the same, but Legnum deflectors are way bigger (covering way bigger window area)
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    @SinkreZ...that's exactly what I'm looking for, is it for sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYKEY View Post
    @SinkreZ...that's exactly what I'm looking for, is it for sale
    Sorry, but sold them long time ago... There's one russian guy on Facebook that I recommend, who's breaking a lot of Galants/Legnums for parts and selling every part - Dehk Katsevich. He might find some sets for you

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    Is that difference really down to what make they are?

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    I'm not sure Andy, unfortunately if i was to install Legnum fronts to the saloon, i wouldn't be able to fit the rears as they are a different size.

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    Purchased
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    No longer required, managed to source a set from Dehhk on Facebook group "Legnum & Galant Parts"

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