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Mirrors from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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  • Tusk Handlebar-End Mirror

    Tusk Handlebar-End Mirror

    Cole in NC


    Put on my Honda 599 street bike looks good. No issues so far, opens up your blind spots really well, easy to install

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  • Double Take Replacement Enduro Mirror

    Double Take Replacement Enduro Mirror

    david in MT

    the one you need

    ditched the stock fixed mirrors on my husky 501 s these tuck away for the trail and stay put when up at 80 mph.

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  • Tusk Left Hand Dual Sport Mirror

    Tusk Left Hand Dual Sport Mirror

    Marcus in OH

    Keeps you legal

    Cons hard to see with Pros folds out of way easy and keeps you legal on the road sections

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  • Acerbis Right Hand Rear View Mirror

    Acerbis Right Hand Rear View Mirror

    Michael in TX

    Inexpensive and it feels like it.

    I'm not impressed with this mirror. It mounts poorly and shakes a lot. I bought this just to get my WR450 street legal. I would not recommend this for anything else. It moves quite a bit and you can't see anything while riding. Most of the time, I have this tied up out of the way while riding offroad.

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  • Sicass Racing Metal Pivot Mirror

    Sicass Racing Metal Pivot Mirror

    chris in MN

    #2 for me

    Yep, I bought another to replace the first that I simply overused. I like the price and performance.

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  • Acerbis Left Hand Rear View Mirror

    Acerbis Left Hand Rear View Mirror

    Joshua in ME

    Acceptable with mods

    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.

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