|08-04-2012 12:09 PM|
|G54||Just looked at the hinges on a JK and I dont see any reason why they wouldnt work.|
|08-02-2012 03:05 PM|
|Potts||Anyone know if those harley mirrors would fit on a JK without any changes to them?|
|08-02-2012 06:04 AM|
|Rayko||"justaddmudoffroad.com". Someone posted these a while back. I think they're great.|
|07-31-2012 11:36 PM|
|Devon1997||I just got my 97 wrangler sport and it came with a relocation bracket already installed on the drivers side but the stock mirror goes on it and it looks terrible with my hard doors on and the additional bracket on the door. Also my door hits the mirror and moves it every time im not careful about opening my door, any relativly cheap solutions to take the relocation bracket off and put my mirror back on my hard door but still have a mirror when i have my soft doors on??? Maybe like a magnetic mirror?|
|04-26-2012 10:34 AM|
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|04-26-2012 04:04 AM|
i was just looking at all the harley parts i have laying around and saw a set of mirrors in the pile and was wondering what to do with them. i'll save them for my jeep when i get it. just an FYI .... if you want mirror's just go to your local Harley fleamarket when they have one and pickup mirrors for a few bucks ! they are having one of the biggest ones in this area in Keene,NH in a few weeks. You can even also check the Harley forums in their classifieds. hdforums.com is the one I am on.
|04-25-2012 09:22 PM|
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|04-25-2012 04:03 PM|
Harley Mirrors cost more than just buying permanently relocated mirrors made for the Jeep. The hassle of constantly taking mirrors on and off would blow for me because my doors are always coming on and off.
Originally I used relocation brackets with the stock mirrors but they didn't look or work very good.
I've had the ones like prairedogg above for years now and they are great.
Here is a newer style: http://www.ntwonline.com/images/P/11001.08.jpg
But, with all that said, customizing and improvising is where the fun is.
|04-25-2012 03:39 PM|
Whoa...these are on Amazon for $39. I bet they could be made to work with the correct length bolts:
|04-24-2012 09:42 PM|
|BT||Will this work with a YJ as well?|
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|04-23-2012 04:29 PM|
|12mile||Thanks for the buying tips, i gotta make an autozone run!|
|04-23-2012 04:18 PM|
|04-23-2012 02:53 PM|
I built mine for <$8 (in pic), but I do like the unique shape of the Harley mirror.
|04-23-2012 02:28 PM|
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|04-23-2012 12:36 PM|
Amazon.com: Lisle 26640 T-50 Torx Bit Socket: Automotive
|04-23-2012 12:34 PM|
Not tryin to hi-jack the thread, love the mirror idea!
But...where can i find the T-50 torx driver
For getting the doors off? Once i do this, then i can move along to the mirror issue.
I looked at harbor freight, rural king ( think tractor supply), and sears.
|04-23-2012 12:18 PM|
|DieLawn19k||I'm definitely gonna get a set of these, I've got the RR mirror relocation brackets, I hate how much the mirrors shake and I hate how I can't even see the passenger side mirror with them on. This looks like a much better solution. Good find!|
|04-22-2012 04:18 PM|
I bought a set of these.
Dual Mirror Set in Black for 97-06 Jeep® Wrangler TJ & Unlimited with Soft Doors
There not bad, vibrate at high speeds, but pretty easy to install.
|04-22-2012 04:04 PM|
I ended up just going with Rugged Ridge mirrors for when I pull the doors. I'm actually now considering pulling the stock mirrors off for good and finding some way to plug the holes and just leaving the RR mirrors on all the time.
Of course, I only pull the doors when the school is out. I won't drive to school with the doors off...I had somebody try to steal my F150 last year right out of the school parking lot.
|04-22-2012 08:29 AM|
|04-22-2012 07:52 AM|
Nice find !! I have been looking for something like this.. Didn't want to relocate my mirrors and also hate he swivel for lane changes..great info !!!
No problems with it pivoting on high speeds ?
|04-22-2012 07:43 AM|
Doors Off Side Mirror Fix
I like to run without my full doors but don't like not having at least a driver's side mirror. Legality is not a problem, I just don't like having to swivel my head around so far to check for traffic when changing lanes.
Easy fix: Harley Davidson tapered long-stem left side replacement mirror. H-D part number 91910-03B.
My buddy Wingnut helped with the install.
The mirror sits rock-solid and doesn't vibrate in the wind as bad as do the OEM mirrors.