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Old 04-21-2014, 01:24 PM   #1
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Best mirror options..again...?

Okay....so there are those slick looking round Rugged Ridge mirrors on Amazon for 47 bucks with relocation mounts and good reviews...but some say they suck and whistle at high speed!

And then there are those who suggest Harley mirrors, but they're chrome and my Jeep is black on black. Plus I can't even tell which part these are anyway.

So...for occasional doors off, what is the best simple mirror solution? Seems like nobody makes anything that anyone can agree on...?

I want 'em to come off easily (doors will only be off on occasion) and I'd rather not spend 150 bucks on a pair of simple mirrors, unless I have to!

So..any consensus on this? Thanks so much!

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Okay....so there are those slick looking round Rugged Ridge mirrors on Amazon for 47 bucks with relocation mounts and good reviews...but some say they suck and whistle at high speed!

And then there are those who suggest Harley mirrors, but they're chrome and my Jeep is black on black. Plus I can't even tell which part these are anyway.

So...for occasional doors off, what is the best simple mirror solution? Seems like nobody makes anything that anyone can agree on...?

I want 'em to come off easily (doors will only be off on occasion) and I'd rather not spend 150 bucks on a pair of simple mirrors, unless I have to!

So..any consensus on this? Thanks so much!

Robert
Robert,

You're right, either the mirrors vibrate or the passenger side can't be seen. It's tough to find a good functional mirror. If you're looking for something to put on only when the doors are off, take a look at the Barricade Adventure Mirrors. They are a really solid piece that will work well and won't break the bank. Let me know if you have any questions about them or if you'd like to order a pair!

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Hey Ryan, any chance you can post up the dimensions of those mirrors? Maybe even installed dimensions (how far they stick out from the sides of the jeep)?

Any thoughts/comments on how easy they are to fold in in tight wheeling conditions?
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Running the Rugged Ridge mirrors with and without doors. There's a lip on back edge of the mirror that causes the whistle. I wrapped mine in electrical tape and that stopped the whistle, you could also fill it in with silicone.

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Hey Ryan, any chance you can post up the dimensions of those mirrors? Maybe even installed dimensions (how far they stick out from the sides of the jeep)?

Any thoughts/comments on how easy they are to fold in in tight wheeling conditions?
They're available for pre-order only right now so I don't have them in the warehouse to take some measurements off of just yet. I can say that based on the design, they will fold easily if you don't over tighten the nut on the bottom of the mirror. If you tighten them up more, they might not fold as easily. I know that's not very scientific, but it's the truth! I'll get some measurements and get them up on the site when I can. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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They're available for pre-order only right now so I don't have them in the warehouse to take some measurements off of just yet. I can say that based on the design, they will fold easily if you don't over tighten the nut on the bottom of the mirror. If you tighten them up more, they might not fold as easily. I know that's not very scientific, but it's the truth! I'll get some measurements and get them up on the site when I can. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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Thanks, Ryan! I appreciate your help!

If you need a tester for those new mirrors with a detailed write up, I think I could FORCE myself to give them a try.
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Thanks, Ryan! I appreciate your help!

If you need a tester for those new mirrors with a detailed write up, I think I could FORCE myself to give them a try.
Haha, I'll definitely keep you in mind when we have them in stock. Thanks!

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Just picked up the JustAddMud mirrors, they just drop in the hinge and hold on via magnet to the door jamb. I can't wait to try them out, I have high hopes for them.

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The only thing that concerned me about the JAM mirrors was that the removal instructions say to fold them back to release the magnet. Can you tell by playing with them if they would release themselves going through a tight trail? I'd hate to brush a thick branch and have them fall off and break the glass.

I'd appreciate your thoughts, Dave!
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The only thing that concerned me about the JAM mirrors was that the removal instructions say to fold them back to release the magnet. Can you tell by playing with them if they would release themselves going through a tight trail? I'd hate to brush a thick branch and have them fall off and break the glass.

I'd appreciate your thoughts, Dave!
If you look in the picture you can see the little arm going into the door jamb, there is a 1" barrel style magnet on the end, you just pull that back to the outside. I would assume they would stay on unless you were in reverse and hit the mirror, and even then it would need to be pulled up. It is a pretty strong magnet, if you were wondering. I really bought these more for the street to stay legal, not sure I would even have them in on the trail.
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If you look in the picture you can see the little arm going into the door jamb, there is a 1" barrel style magnet on the end, you just pull that back to the outside. I would assume they would stay on unless you were in reverse and hit the mirror, and even then it would need to be pulled up. I really bought these more for the street to stay legal, not sure I would even have them in on the trail.
Thanks very much!

While the majority of the usage for our doorless mirrors would be street, the place we went wheeling last weekend really needed to be doorless and there were a few times mirrors would have helped out. So, I'm trying to find mirrors that will practically solve both issues. Don't want to buy one set for on road, one set for off X 2. That gets SUPER pricey, super fast.
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Thanks very much!

While the majority of the usage for our doorless mirrors would be street, the place we went wheeling last weekend really needed to be doorless and there were a few times mirrors would have helped out. So, I'm trying to find mirrors that will practically solve both issues. Don't want to buy one set for on road, one set for off X 2. That gets SUPER pricey, super fast.
You're welcome, I was looking more for ease of use, legal for street, and most important.....Not damaging the paint on the hinges! These look like they will fit the bill, but haven't tested them yet.
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StarBrite, have you looked at the Die-Tech brackets? IMO they are the best for a doorless mirror solution. Paired with cheap OEM style mirrors from ebay or Amazon they work quite well.
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You're welcome, I was looking more for ease of use, legal for street, and most important.....Not damaging the paint on the hinges! These look like they will fit the bill, but haven't tested them yet.
Yeah, we tried a set of Harley long stem mirrors last summer, but they wouldn't stay in place and just turned out to be a MAJOR PITA. Now that we have a garage big enough to actually STORE the tops and doors, I see a lot more naked jeeps in our future.

I hope those mirrors work out for you! They look slick. They have been on my short list for a while now.
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I purchased the rugged Ridge quick disconnect mirrors. I love them. The look sweet, function well & are easily removed when the doors need to be put on. I have experienced no vibration in them whatsoever. The passenger mirror isn't good tho. Easy fix - $6 convex mirror from autozone or other similar b&m. Also, there is a whistle from the RR mirror but it doesn't bother me. The convex one I swapped in has no whistle. Totally worth it IMO. Great set of mirrors for those doorless days.
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I got the Die-Tech relocation brackets since they great reviews, no rattles, and keeps the mirrors in the same location so no issues trying to see the mirrors. You either need to spring for an extra set of mirrors like the Bestops or be willing to turn a few screws and relocate your oem mirrors each time.
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Count me in as another satisfied Rugged Ridge quick disconnects user. I also did the switch to a convex passenger mirror. I did have the whistling happening, but solved it by slipping some wire loom around the mirror's edge.

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DieTech Offroad mirror mounts!
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Was thinking something that a mirror a little bit smaller than OEM would work better on the trail, but I will DEFINITELY check these out!

Thanks, guys!
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I use the Rugged Ridge ones now too (except I swapped out the drivers mirror with my old lange mirror because it's bigger. I look silly with one oval & one round mirror!). I have soft doors so anything that mounts in the door hinge doesn't work for me. I like the RR because they fold in easy on the trail - I like to wheel with mirrors so knowing that bumping a tree will fold them in makes me all happy. Mine don't whistle, or I haven't noticed it anyway!
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I use the American Outlaw mirrors and they work well. Decent size and easy on and off.

If did it over again though would do the Dietech.
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Was thinking something that a mirror a little bit smaller than OEM would work better on the trail, but I will DEFINITELY check these out!

Thanks, guys!
Yeah, the Bestop mirrors I have on my Die-tech brackets get wacked quite a bit on the trails. But, they are pretty robust and show no scars; my rear vinyl windows on the other hand......not so lucky.
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very interested in these mirror brackets but i have power mirrors, are you guys using your power mirrors on these brackets? if you are what are you doing with the wiring? seems like they are designed for non power mirrors only so i am just wondering if i have to buy replacement mirrors with these brackets too
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very interested in these mirror brackets but i have power mirrors, are you guys using your power mirrors on these brackets? if you are what are you doing with the wiring? seems like they are designed for non power mirrors only so i am just wondering if i have to buy replacement mirrors with these brackets too
Most people seem to buy factory knockoffs. I bought the Bestop stock style: Amazon.com: Bestop 51260-01 HighRock 4X4 Black Replacement Mirror Set for Jeep Wrangler JK: Automotive but there are cheaper ones on ebay.
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Most people seem to buy factory knockoffs. I bought the Bestop stock style: Amazon.com: Bestop 51260-01 HighRock 4X4 Black Replacement Mirror Set for Jeep Wrangler JK: Automotive but there are cheaper ones on ebay.
There are cheaper ones on Amazon; I bought a set of these last year for $65 for the pair, the worked great at almost half the price.
Amazon.com: New Side Mirror - OEM: 55077967AF, 68081251AA, 55077966AH, 68081250AA, Pair Set: Automotive
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There are cheaper ones on Amazon; I bought a set of these last year for $65 for the pair, the worked great at almost half the price.
Amazon.com: New Side Mirror - OEM: 55077967AF, 68081251AA, 55077966AH, 68081250AA, Pair Set: Automotive
Yeah, I bought the Bestops for +/-$75 from Amazon, now they're $113.86.
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Another vote for the DieTech Brackets and Bestop Highrock mirrors! Just got mine in the mail and installed today. Very impressed with quality of brackets and quality of the Bestop Mirrors.

Not the cheapest mirror option... I was thinking about doing the whole long stem harley mirror mod, but didn't like the look.

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Where's a good place to buy the Dietech mirror brackets from?

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