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Old 03-17-2014, 06:26 PM   #1
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Mirror relocates

I was wondering what are the best options/experience with relocating side mirrors when riding doorless. I was thinking about the safari ones that go in the hinges or just straight up with mirror relocates onto the a piller
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Recent thread on this might help you out. Mirrors for door off driving

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Old 03-18-2014, 06:59 AM   #4
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With those quick release mirrors and/or the mirror. Relocates has anyone had any rust build up or anything under them or scratch the paint when removing them for the winter?
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The mirrors that come with this kit suck with regards to visibility. i had to replace them with better mirrors (Amazon.com: Fit System CL062E Clamp-on Spot Mirror: Automotive), but still use the RR arms and attachment pieces...even those are not the best quality but they work.
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I bought the American Outlaw mirrors.

They attach to the hinge and have pretty good visibility.

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I went with the Die-Tech brackets (they are in the link in post #2 above)
They use your stock mirrors (or you can buy another set) and they place the mirrors in the exact position as if your doors were on.
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I was wondering what are the best options/experience with relocating side mirrors when riding doorless. I was thinking about the safari ones that go in the hinges or just straight up with mirror relocates onto the a piller
We have quite a few different Mirror Relocation Brackets available. I personally like the ones that relocate the mirrors to the A-pillar. Let me know if you have any questions or would like a quote on anything!

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Thanks guys, those die tech look pretty good n most likely the way I'll go, I'll prob have the door keep coming on and off all summer and seems like a good method with an extra set of mirrors
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We have quite a few different Mirror Relocation Brackets available. I personally like the ones that relocate the mirrors to the A-pillar. Let me know if you have any questions or would like a quote on anything! -Ryan
XTRayn can you PM me about a quote on some replacement mirrors for the right and left hand side
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XTRayn can you PM me about a quote on some replacement mirrors for the right and left hand side
Absolutely! You have a PM coming.

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