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Billet Ball Milled Rear View Mirror

Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Polished
Overall Height:
2.38
Overall Length:
9.25
Billet Ball Milled Rear View Mirror

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Reviews (6)

Q & A (2)

What's in the Box

Info

Billet aluminum ball milled interior rear view mirror. Includes windshield slug for attachement. Windshield adhesive not included.

  • Length:  9-1/4"
  • Height:  2-1/4" 

 

 

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
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CC450rider
Verified Purchaser
menifee ca

Loose fit

June 24, 2015
I got this for my 66 cobra kit car and looks great. It fell off with the supplied glue. after epoxy the base to the window it flops around when you drive. Adjust ment is limeted in the positions you mount it. Make shure of the direction you mount it for the adjustment. Im trying gorrilla glue to hold it in place from flopping around.
Pros:
  • Pretty
Cons:
  • Limited Adjustment
  • Flops Around
  • Bad Glue
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Brad777
Verified Purchaser
Dallas, TX, USA

Very good

July 02, 2014
Was very please with purchase. Would recommend. With the shape of the glass it took me a little long than usual to figure how to mount it to get thr right angle.
Pros:
  • style
  • Quality
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Rooroo
Alabama, USA

easy to install

September 30, 2013
the product is very stylish . And very simple to install, no tools required. And has a large viewing area
Pros:
  • very functional
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Safety dog
Verified Purchaser
East Tennessee

Nice form and function.

June 18, 2012
As advertised.
Pros:
  • Looks good
Yes, I recommend this product.
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mike
Verified Purchaser
vancouver wa

good for price

April 01, 2012
great fit , doesnt hold up to heavy bass from stereo , nice fit on glass , multiple positions
Pros:
  • Nice
Yes, I recommend this product.
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streetrodder
Verified Purchaser
Ripon, Ca

just what I wanted

September 01, 2011
I put this mirror in my 1935 Ford and it works great!
Pros:
  • Reliable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

2 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

Have presently glue-on on my T bucket but only 5 inches wide/oval. Best method to remove old mirror/ replace with billet mirror?

phoenix, az
June 07, 2011

Have presently glue-on on my T bucket but only 5 inches wide/oval. Best method to remove old mirror/ replace with billet mirror?

Answers

June 24, 2011
John
If your mirror currently has the slug or adapter glued to the glass then you have a good shot that by simply loosening the set screw or spring clip the mirror will come off and you can release the slug from the new mirror, slide it in place, and tighten the set screw. If the mirror you currently have is not attached then you need to take great care in removing it. It is very easy if the glue is of high quality that you can actually crack the glass removing it. Start with a single edge razor blade and with lengthy patience work around the mirror mount repeatedly until loosened. With some success I have seen customers take a rigid bladed putty knife and a quick rap with a hammer but you are gambling on damage to the glass. Best recourse would be to take the vehicle to a glass shop for the mirror removal.
2 answers

Is the pivot ball on the mirror end or the bracket end (or both)?

April 11, 2011

Is the pivot ball on the mirror end or the bracket end (or both)?

Answers

October 01, 2013
Rooroo
both
April 13, 2011
John
You inquired about our mirror under part number 91010005 and this mirror along with the other billet aluminum mirrors have a pivot ball both on the back of the mirror and on the bracket where it attaches to the windshield.
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