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Would you like to be able to have better visibility while riding your quad? Do you need some ATV mirrors to make your machine street legal in your jurisdiction? Take a look at the products we carry here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We’ve got a number of great options, including mirrors from brands like Acerbis, MSR, CIPA, SAR and Tusk. And since you’re shopping with us, you know you can rely on the lowest prices in the industry, coupled with premium customer service.
Mirrors essentially mount to a quad on the handlebars, but the exact location can vary a little. Some clamp directly on the bar itself. With this style of mirror, you have a bit of freedom with where you can place it. Would you prefer it next to your grips and levers or a little closer together? The other style mounts directly in the end of the handlebars. While you don’t have as much customization with this style, it tends to offer better visibility and stays out of the way.
Of course, what good is a mirror that snaps off while you’re traversing a wooded trail? That’s why the mirrors we carry can fold in, preventing damage from branches or foliage.
You know you’re getting a great deal from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, and the products we choose to stock are always an infusion of quality and value. Take a look at these ATV mirrors, and you’ll see what we mean.
Joshua in ME
Like others, I found the mirror to be too loose, wandering on it's own when traveling down the road an inevitably resting on my hand or in some other awkward position where it provided no clue as to what was going on behind the bike. As is it will get you past inspection, but won't actually help on the road. On the trail it mostly stays flopped out of harms way, so it has that going for it. Not wanting to throw it away and spend 3 to 5 times more for the next tier up, I opted to try a cheap fix: One small stainless steel hose clamp around the top of the mirror bracket, encircling the mirror's ball mount. This allowed me to put useable clamping force on the base of the mirror stem and now when going down the road, the mirror stays put. With purposeful input you can move an reposition the mirror as needed too.Read All Reviews
Caleb in OR
The 04 KTM has snug cables this mirror is short I was only able to mount it on the left side and had to hang it upside down to see anything out of it besides my shoulder. I will say it hasn't broke yet even after laying it down multiple times.Read All Reviews