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Author Topic: G5 deluxe mirrors  (Read 1308 times)

motorat

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Re: G5 deluxe mirrors
« Reply #15 on: December 20, 2012, 04:03:22 PM »
just remove the allen from the weights and use it or a longer one to mount the mirrors.
i mounted my mirrors outside the weights because i wanted the weights to help reduce the vibrations.
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Re: G5 deluxe mirrors
« Reply #16 on: December 20, 2012, 04:43:46 PM »
just remove the allen from the weights and use it or a longer one to mount the mirrors.............

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Re: G5 deluxe mirrors
« Reply #17 on: December 20, 2012, 10:45:24 PM »
The mirrors on my 2010 Bullet Deluxe a so short as to be useless.
NField gear offers extensions but say they will only fit the c5.

Anyone know if this is true?

If so does anyone have a solution?

It is very freaky not being able to see behind me and dangerous too.

TIA

Gypsyjon

Mine is an E5 which is similar to yours.
Mirrors are just fine for riding in shirt; so not so much for us, with our padded vests.

Bar end mirrors are the top solution of course, but they wouldn't work for me. I can't afford another nanometer more in width.

What did work for me was also economical. Pushing the mirror stem more forward resulted in a good rear view on the left. Same trick didn't make perfect to the right, then... does right needs correction? ;)
(we drive on the right side).

whether this trick works for you or not do check out Hitchcocksmotorcycles.com, handlebar/fixings part 92569 is a set of extensions that will fit our Electra's. Good news, these are adjustable!
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