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Speedmetal Billet Bar End Mirrors
These mirrors are ideal for anyone looking to replace their existing OEM mirrors for a more low profile design. Two sizes of expansion collars for inside the bar mounting or just clamp to the outside of your bar. The specially designed ball joint stem provides a wide range of viewing angles.
- Precision CNC machined from aluminum billet
- Elegant and protective anodized finish
- Highly polished convex mirror provides wide-angle view
- Will fit most 7/8" handlebars / clip-ons
- Ball joint stem allows broad range of adjustability
- Plated steel hex bolts for extreme durability
- Sold in pairs
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Reviews & Questions
over 2 years ago
1 year ago
However, these did not readily fit my Vortex aftermarket clip-ons, the ID of the bar was just a hair too small. Not a big deal, and I had to do some improvising to get them mounted. But just an FYI to anyone with aftermarket bars. This is a universal fit part so a precise fitment isnt guaranteed.
In terms of value they get 4 stars since I got the set for $40 but ease of install could be a headache for folks less mechanically inclined, depending on the bike.
11 months ago
Installation was a simple , although I've seen in some reviews that the screws can back out causing the lens to come out of the frame. I took some blue loc-tite and dabbed several drops on the back side of the mirror where the screw-ends protrude. Let them set overnight to let the loc-tite wick down the threads.
Had these on the bike for about a month and have done several 250 + mile rides and on occasion hit triple digits and the mirrors stayed in place.
Like the convex lens. Gives a great field of view behind you. Just remember that objects are closer than they appear, do your head checks before changing lanes and you'll be fine.
As for durability, time will tell.
6 months ago
1 year ago