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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-25-2008, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys... some good deals on mirrors here. I got the 5.5 inch convex mirrors and they are nice. They have added some new styles too. Check'm out Custom Billlet Parts and Acccessories, UTV, VW, Buggy
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Hey guys... some good deals on mirrors here. I got the 5.5 inch convex mirrors and they are nice. They have added some new styles too. Check'm out Custom Billlet Parts and Acccessories, UTV, VW, Buggy
Wow thats a smokin price......My cost on those type of mirrors are much higher than that. I dont know how they are makin any $$$



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I hear ya. I was skeptical and decided to order them up last season. I have been very happy with them. They are high quality mirrors. Not sure how they are selling them for roughly half of others... but don't really care either.
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Wow, those are nice ! awsome price, Ive been looking for some nice side views too, might have to order me a couple..... after I get my sheave lol !, got to have priorities
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Moss, do they give you good vissability Im debating whether I should just get a bigger rear view or add some side views.
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I think they work great so I can keep tabs on my girlfriend when shes on her quad behind me. I think the long convex rear view would probably give a better view but run a stock cage which would mean I would need those extension brackets to throw the mirror out about 7"s and I think it looks odd. Plus I'd have to lose my sport top which I like to have. On an aftermarket cage I would probably do the long convex rear view. Also for those who want to be street legal the sides are awesome. Your choice.
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Thanks, I really like the Axia Alloys 17" rear view but its like 190 bucks, Right now im running xmf convex mirror which in my opinion does not give good enough vissibility I also keep tabs on my son and daughter on their two wheelers when we ride. I noticed these guys are actually about 20 minutes from my house Im gonna have to go check them out this weekend.
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Let us know what other shit they have that looks good.
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I did buy those mirrors, I love them, took them on a 100 mile trip and had not one problem.

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I did buy those mirrors, I love them, took them on a 100 mile trip and had not one problem.

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Will do. Hopefully I make it out there this weekend
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