My only complaint is that they're awful bulky and they move them forward quite a bit, which makes it tough to see anything in the passenger side mirror when the doors are on. I make do when the doors are on because it's worth it when they're off.
It's probably a good bit cheaper to get motorcycle mirrors or a different style mirror that you can take on and off each time you remove the doors, but for me it was nice to move 'em once and forget about it.
And i asked a sheriff once what the law was on having mirrors without doors and his simple reply was "you gotta have 'em." so i'd make sure you at least have the driver's side no matter what.
I'm in Oklahoma and recently asked one of my city police officers if I was to have either a driver or passenger side mirror without doors. I don't think he really knew the correct answer, but did say that if ME and my jeep looked suspicious, they could used that as a reason to pull me over, but not to worry too much about it. I don't have my third brake light either, and have never been stopped for it. I don't know the law on that either.
I bought a $15 dollar mirror and bracket from PEP BOYS and modified it to mount on my door hinge. It shakes like hell, but who cares? I really don't use my side mirrors too much anyway...especially with doors off. Just turn your head and look behind you or use your rearview.
At some point during jeep ownership, you will BUST A NUT!!!
i bought them from EVB Extreme Vehicle Builders HOME, the guys there told me that it was originally created by a local who is working on a patent for them, i definately recommened them if you are looking to be legal, look smooth and clean, and they also are cheap and do the job.
Now this is a cheap quick fix. Harley mirrors.
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