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10-31-2008 10:30 AM
racer-xerols
Best windshield mount mirrors?

Hi all, I have stock mirrors relocated to the windshield for use without doors. They work great without my doors...but when I put my (factory half doors with soft uppers) doors on, they cover the mirror with the forward portion of the canvas window surround. I have the passenger side rotated so I can view it through the windshield, but it still cuts out most of the viewing surface.

I've seen CJ style mirrors, and "trail" mirrors, and others that mount on the windshield. My concern is, which are the most vibration-resistant? I'm not as concerned about "legal" as "useful".

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