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Old 03-14-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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wide angle rear view mirror

anybody using these? im thinking about ordering one but not sure if it will take up too much of the windshield

Joes Racing Products 11284 : JOES 17" Wide Angle Rear View Mirror Kit - 1-3/4"
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:27 PM   #2
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Junk,,, the three mirrors you have give plenty if rear and side vision if set properly and used properly ..

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Old 03-14-2013, 08:29 PM   #3
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Sorry, but that looks like something you would see in a taxi cab in NYC
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there actually made for ssca type racing i think it would be pretty nice to have for when the doors are off and its made to bolt onto a roll cage
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:54 AM   #5
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If you are curious as to how much space it will take up, cut out a 17" piece of cardboard and stick it up where you plan on mounting it. I used the blind spot mirrors with the adhesive backing stuck to my visors for when i am running door less.

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i like that idea for the blind spot mirror. what size is it? does it shake a lot while driving? i'm looking for an alternative to mine. i didn't want something that goes in the hinges, b/c i carry soft door with me in case it rains & i still like to have mirrors if i have to throw them on.

i've got a convex mirror (i think it's a little bigger than the blind spot mirror) mounted to some bracket i got @ home depot & it hangs from my roll bar. but due to my cage, i can't get a good angle & it's a little hard to see out of.
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Re: wide angle rear view mirror

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i like that idea for the blind spot mirror. what size is it? does it shake a lot while driving? i'm looking for an alternative to mine. i didn't want something that goes in the hinges, b/c i carry soft door with me in case it rains & i still like to have mirrors if i have to throw them on.

i've got a convex mirror (i think it's a little bigger than the blind spot mirror) mounted to some bracket i got @ home depot & it hangs from my roll bar. but due to my cage, i can't get a good angle & it's a little hard to see out of.

I believe it is 3". It is convex and rotates so you can tweak the view angle. Very little shake. I think it cost $2-3.

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