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Bryan in ID
I got the Tusk rear window installed on my 2018 Rzr 900S prior to a winter ride that I went on which I wanted to keep as much heat in the cab as possible. The installation was very straight forward but the top velcro straps were nearly impossible to wrap around the upper roll cage because I have a Polaris factory roof installed. I also ran into trouble securing the lower side straps around the side pillars because I have a Razorback Expedition rack installed. Needless to say, I was able to get everything to work, but there were a lot of tugging and pulling and four letter words required if you have factory and/or aftermarket accessories already installed. The rear window works as expected and I would recommend this to anyone who needs a inexpensive, rear window solution.Read All Reviews
Jason in CA
I have run these on a few dualsport bikes now and I want to share this. I like to see clearly what's behind me. These mirrors vibrate more than I like. At highway speeds you get a very fuzzy view of what's behind you. Yes you can make out a vehicle but you might not be able to tell if it's a taxi cab or a highway patrol car if this means anything to you. In my picture of my DRZ400S you'll see I have one double take on the left and a stock mirror off a wr250r on the right which I think I prefer for its functionality. 2 positive things I can say about the double take mirror is much lighter than a stock DRZ400 mirror which seems to be filled with lead. Its also very convenient that they do fold up and are easily removed for bashing through brush.Read All Reviews