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Discussion Mirror risers

Discussion in 'Riding Gear - Accessories - Workshop Tools' started by Andych, Nov 15, 2021.

  1. Andych

    Andych Moderator Staff Member Premium Member Contributing Member Dirty Wheel Club

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    Has anyone used these or something similar?
    I find that my ummm larger sized frame blocks out most of the rear vision from my mirrors on the CB400SF.
    The mirror arms are only 110mm long and whil I can adjust them to see the lanes next to me etc I find it difficult to see cars directly behind me which can be a bit disconcerting :)
    I can get aftermarket mirrors with longer arms but they are all a bit average...
    These will at least move them out by 65mm and up a bit as well.. Comments or thoughts?
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/173150167454?hash=item28508de19e:g:EtsAAOSw1zhafVOj
     
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  2. Murdo

    Murdo The Good Doctor Staff Member Contributing Member Ride and Events Crew

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    I used a similar thing on one of my VT250s and though they looked a bit bulky/chunky they worked well with no more vibes than the standard mirrors.
     
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