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2kcelicagt
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2kcelicagt Nov 11, 3:57pm - #323722 

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Rearview Mirror

Does anyone know where I can buy a new rearview Mirror? I have the stock one and my subs rattle it like a bitch. I need a really sturdy/stiff one that won't shake so much. Thanks.
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jonnyess
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jonnyess Nov 11, 4:15pm - #323723 

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ssinserts.com has a selection of chrome rv Mirrors. Sorta pricey, but look awesome from the front, esp with sunshine reflecting!

The construction of the Mirror's moveable joints makes the Mirror itself sensitive to road vibration, thus tilting at times, but I emailed the manufacturer and they recommended a drop of crazy glue around the threads. Worked great, and that baby is neither moving or vibrating! thumbsup

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2kcelicagt
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2kcelicagt Nov 11, 4:21pm - #323724 

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If I can't find anything else I will try that crazy glue thing...I thought about that before but, I move my Mirror a lot because I sit different a lot(slouching or sitting up straight)
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jonnyess
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jonnyess Nov 11, 4:30pm - #323725 

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With the ssinserts Mirror (I think it's a Billet actually), I've learned that any adjustments are better made at the STEM supporting the Mirror rather than the Mirror itself. The threads on the Mirror itself were the most sensitive. Hope it works out for ya tongue...

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