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Old 02-17-2014, 03:13 AM
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JK Mirror Relocation

Hey guys, so I took off the doors of my Jeep and I was wondering where would I purchase the mirror relocation kit without having to buy it online? And what kit would you recommend? Also, if anyone knows, what are the laws regarding the mirrors in Arizona? From past forms, I've read it either says that the inside rear view mirror is the only one you need but others say three mirrors. Thanks!

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I have the relocation kit . unless you will be doorless a majority of the time just get one of the many mirror kits that are made to use the door hinge or clamp,magnet on . the relocation kit makes the passenger side mirror useless and the drivers side tough to get a good view with the doors on
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I live in Arizona, and we are just required to have at least a inside rear view mirror. I run with my doors off, more than on.
Your Jeep Dealer has a MOPAR mirror relocation kit that they can order in for you. If you are more comfortable having outside mirror's then I would do this.........
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I relocated the driver's door mirror but left the passenger side alone. If you relocate it, you won't see much because the dashboard is in the line of sight.

If you put a small adhesive blind spot mirror on the flat face of your passenger AC vent, you get some viewon that side.
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Look down at the bottom of the forum list for vendors. many there sell what you are interested in.
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Hey guys, so I took off the doors of my Jeep and I was wondering where would I purchase the mirror relocation kit without having to buy it online? And what kit would you recommend? Also, if anyone knows, what are the laws regarding the mirrors in Arizona? From past forms, I've read it either says that the inside rear view mirror is the only one you need but others say three mirrors. Thanks!
I bought a pair of harley mirrors. The threaded mount slides in the door pin hinge and I use a nut on the bottom to hold it in place. Use the top hinge on the driver side and the bottom hinge on the passenger side.

Mine are identical to these:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/MOTORCYCLE-S...118293&vxp=mtr
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Hey guys, so I took off the doors of my Jeep and I was wondering where would I purchase the mirror relocation kit without having to buy it online? And what kit would you recommend? Also, if anyone knows, what are the laws regarding the mirrors in Arizona? From past forms, I've read it either says that the inside rear view mirror is the only one you need but others say three mirrors. Thanks!
I know you're looking to buy in person and not online but you can take a look at the Mirror Relocation Kits we have to get an idea of what is out there. Regardless of legality, I prefer to have my mirrors usable with the doors off for safety reasons.

If you decide to buy online let me know and I'll get you a quote!

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Here's what I did also has a lot of what others have done https://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/do...ml#post4106857

I wanted stock look and location. I can see perfectly out of the passenger side. I picked a cheap set of "oem" mirrors off eBay so I don't have to take off my others
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