Hagan Fattie 4 Inch Round Rear-View Mirrors with Bullet Adapters
Universal Fit, 4.00" Overall Diameter, 10-24 Thread Pitch, Aluminum, Polished
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Finish off your custom street rod right with these exterior rear-view mirrors from Hagan Street Rods. Fatties round mirror heads multiply the view 600%, reduce night glare by 80%, absorb vibration, and eliminate blind spots! They are show-polished CNC machined aluminum and have smooth action pivots. Fattie bullet adapters allow you to bolt these mirror heads on to any mirror arm that has a pass-through hole. Hole in arm must be 5/16". If yours has a smaller hole, you will need to enlarge it to 5/16".
- Bolt Fatties mirror heads on to any mirror arm
- Hole in arm must be 5/16"
- 10-24 female thread
- 10-24 Thread
- Mirrors are 4" in diameter
Manufacturer Installation Note: Hagan manually tests every Fatties mirror pivot before the unit is boxed. The pivot ball is NOT movable with your fingers. It must first be mounted to a mounting arm for proper leverage. The pivot ball and stud assembly will then be able to be moved for proper mirror placement. It is purposely built in this manner with this amount of tension on the pivot ball so that the mirror has proper placement and retention.
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What's In The Kit
Hagan M-RH4 Fattie 4 Inch Round Rear-View Mirror HeadPart # 174001Qty x 2
Hagan M-B Fattie Rear-View Mirror Bullet AdapterPart # 174018Qty x 2
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