MSR Right Hand Dual Sport Mirror

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Got me thru inspection

Shaun in WV

Comments On Mar 03, 2016:These got me thru inspection, moves on ever big bump, vibrates so bad you can not see traffic behind you. Not recommended

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Beware of these mirrors


Comments On Apr 09, 2013:These mirrors are designed to pass the police test but do not expect to use them for real. Once mounted on the handlebar, the mirrors are too short and cannot extend enough to see behind you. And yes, this occurs even if you mount them against the throttle and clutch. The plastic ball is held by tiny cheap screws. Pressure of the screws determine if they stay in place or can be moved at all. The mirrors vibrate enough that a single car behind you may look like a traffic jam all by itself! Biggest quality: tucks away nicely.

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Comments On Mar 18, 2009:they look good for the police to leave you alone but you cant see anything they vibrate and you cant see around your arms.

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Inexpensive and gets you legal


Comments On Oct 22, 2007:The Mirror is too small and shakes too much to be useful as is. I added a Convex spot mirror over the entire face of the mirror which took care of not being able to see because of vibration.
On the plus side, the bar-clamp uses nuts and bolts vs the other mirror that is similar which uses screws that thread into the plastic of the clamp.
I also like that I can swing the mirror over 180° to the center of the bars to keep it from kitting my hands in the rough stuff.

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