|04-11-2011 10:22 PM|
|04-11-2011 10:15 PM|
|jwillig11||mine were like that. i buzzed them down, masked the mirror, and spray painted a few coats of black. we're through the first winter and they're lookin perfect still|
|04-11-2011 10:14 PM|
|04-11-2011 10:11 PM|
I am in western Kentucky, A small town called Henderson. You?
|04-11-2011 09:19 PM|
|M_||Those look great and I bet they work way better then my stupid relocation brackets!!!|
|04-11-2011 09:09 PM|
To each their own, it looks great but I personally love my TJ mirrors. But they're in the same shape as yours... Guess I need to fix 'em up or order new ones haha. Nice mod though!
Just noticed you're in KY, sweet! I love seeing other people from KY on here. Now if I could go wheeling or at least meet up with some people...
|04-11-2011 09:06 PM|
Thanks! :-) I Got'em on the 'bay.
This dealer was very reliable and shipped my stuff pretty quickly.
11001.08 CJ Style Mirror Kit for JEEP Wrangler TJ 97-06 | eBay
What do you think I should do about the old mounting holes in the hinge? Are there any good tricks for that? It seems like asking for rust to leave them open, and of course it doesn't look very good.
|04-11-2011 08:46 PM|
Those are sweet. They look really good, nice job. I MUST have me a set.
What are they and where'd you get them?
|04-11-2011 06:57 PM|
A nice easy Sunday project...
Ok, So my sideview mirrors had seen better days. I was never really happy with the look of the TJ side views anyway, and now they were drooping and loosing paint fast. Plus, whenever I take my doors off, I loose my sideviews. Not good.
I ordered some basic utilitarian mirrors and they were delivered last week. I like these new mirrors a lot. They just look more "Jeep" to my eye, and they mount on the windshield hinge.
Here are some before snaps:
Here are some after snaps:
Now, What should I do about these holes?
Anyone need some old fixer-upper mirrors?