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Old 10-02-2010, 12:18 PM   #1
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I have heard that when a person relocates their mirrors when you remove the doors that you loose visibility . What options are out there that people have tried on the newer J/K models. Is there a different mirror option to regain the lost visibility ?

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Old 10-02-2010, 12:42 PM   #2
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You can get Harley mirrors and put them in the door hinges when you take your doors off. I bought the rugged ridge mirror relocating brackets and I cant see out the passenger side mirror. It doesn't bother me I just look over my shoulders most of the time anyways.

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Harley Mirrors?!?
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I have heard that when a person relocates their mirrors when you remove the doors that you loose visibility . What options are out there that people have tried on the newer J/K models. Is there a different mirror option to regain the lost visibility ?
Lange makes the best. Harley mirrors are too small for me. Look at 4wd.com.
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Lange makes the best. Harley mirrors are too small for me. Look at 4wd.com.
I will have to check them out
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I used Harley mirrors. The passenger side needed to be modified ie: bent so the it is functional. I used a vise to bend it down.
they look a little strange but work well enough, you should be able to get some really cheap off craigslist or a local shop
You will loose some of the view due to size, depending on how often you use them they might be right for you.
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Old 10-23-2010, 11:53 AM   #7
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I used Harley mirrors. The passenger side needed to be modified ie: bent so the it is functional. I used a vise to bend it down.
they look a little strange but work well enough, you should be able to get some really cheap off craigslist or a local shop
You will loose some of the view due to size, depending on how often you use them they might be right for you.
i have a 2000 tj, any ideas to what year harley mirrors would be compatable?

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