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Topic # 143811 28-Apr-2014 11:33 Send private message

hi,


i am trying to help out a friend here, but after asking around a few places, and getting no answer, i thought i would ask here.


i need to get the plastic canopy type shield which goes over the car window , for a toyota camry. 


this is a nz car, and not Japanese. japanese one's have this plastic transparent shield as a standard for most cars as i have seen on the road, and its great for protecting water not getting into the car seat.


can someone pls advice were can i get these installed for the car,


thanks




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  Reply # 1032479 28-Apr-2014 11:37 Send private message

They sell some local brand at Super Cheap Auto, you have to order them and get them made up but you can organise it in store.

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  Reply # 1032485 28-Apr-2014 11:40 One person supports this post Send private message

I believe they're called monsoon shields.
Have you asked Toyota, the price difference might be minimal.




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  Reply # 1032486 28-Apr-2014 11:41 Send private message

Likley the JDM version will fit the NZDM car, it may have even been an option. Try Toyota. I assume you're talking about monsoon shields. 



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  Reply # 1032491 28-Apr-2014 11:47 Send private message

example image of what i am exactly after, just to clear the confusion if any : 


http://imgur.com/InlRL2g



thanks a lot for your replies 


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  Reply # 1032495 28-Apr-2014 11:48 Send private message

lxsw20: Likley the JDM version will fit the NZDM car, it may have even been an option. Try Toyota. I assume you're talking about monsoon shields. 



yeah, i havent tried toyota, just thought should see local market first before i go into the overpriced market :) 


what is a JDM btw ?



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  Reply # 1032503 28-Apr-2014 12:03 Send private message

Japanese domestic market IE cars that were designed to live their life in Japan.

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  Reply # 1032505 28-Apr-2014 12:17 Send private message

Seems most car parts suppliers should be able to hook you up

http://www.airplex.co.nz/wa.asp?idWebPage=47324&idDetails=166



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Reply # 1032509 28-Apr-2014 12:23 Send private message

thanks heaps :)

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  Reply # 1032598 28-Apr-2014 14:34 Send private message

I was looking for these for my '97 Corolla SE.  Other popular descriptions are "Wind Deflectors" and "Rain Deflectors".

Good luck!





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  Reply # 1032601 28-Apr-2014 14:37 Send private message

with airplex it ll cost approx $400-$500 for a sedan, for whoever may be interested in the future.

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  Reply # 1032669 28-Apr-2014 16:44 Send private message

DravidDavid: IOther popular descriptions are "Wind Deflectors" and "Rain Deflectors".


Add Smoker's Shields to that list also!

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  Reply # 1032670 28-Apr-2014 16:51 Send private message

i gave up a year ago to find anything price reasonable for my impreza sedan.

would never thought it would cost that much $500-600 to get Wind Deflectors :(




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Reply # 1032736 28-Apr-2014 18:24 Send private message

kobiak: i gave up a year ago to find anything price reasonable for my impreza sedan.

would never thought it would cost that much $500-600 to get Wind Deflectors :(


yeah true. , am ok with $200, but $400-$500 is kinda way over the top for the plastic material. 

i am ok with little driplets of water coming in . nothing will happen. i hope !!

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  Reply # 1032746 28-Apr-2014 18:39 Send private message

You might not have any luck, but also try car wreckers once you have compiled pricing on new options. They often try to push their luck with pricing if the items are in very good condition (and sometimes even on rubbish), but if you've done your homework first and make a reasonable offer they'll usually come to the party. 



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Reply # 1032748 28-Apr-2014 18:42 Send private message

BigHammer: You might not have any luck, but also try car wreckers once you have compiled pricing on new options. They often try to push their luck with pricing if the items are in very good condition (and sometimes even on rubbish), but if you've done your homework first and make a reasonable offer they'll usually come to the party. 


 

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