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Who here has purchased aftermarket bar end mirrors and which are best?
I'd prefer to keep them low on the bobber.
 

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Who here has purchased aftermarket bar end mirrors and which are best?
I'd prefer to keep them low on the bobber.
Currently I'm trying to figure out how to mount the motogadget m.view (these: Motogadget m.View Cruise Glassless Bar End Mirror - RevZilla) mirrors. By far the best lookers IMO with the frameless milled surface, but their mounting solutions are either for hollow bars or the BMW R9T, whereas the bobber wants an M8x1.25 thread.

Currently trying to figure out if I want to gamble with the bobber stock mounting brackets on these mirrors or cut/tap motogadgets hollow bar mounting brackets.

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Motogadget Glassless are the mutts nuts.
 

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I've been very happy with CRG hindsight lanesplitter mirrors. They are well made and indexed to easily fold in for tight spaces and then return to their original position. They are also slightly convex and provide a great field of view.
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I've been very happy with CRG hindsight lanesplitter mirrors. They are well made and indexed to easily fold in for tight spaces and then return to their original position. They are also slightly convex and provide a great field of view.
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I like these. They can be mounted under? And how well is the view and vibration?
 

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Thunder Works makes a drag bar with the ends hollowed out to 14mm so the motogadget turn signals fit. It also has the holes needed to run the wires through the bars. Some of my customers have mounted both the turn signal and mirrors. I don't know how they did it but I assume motogadget sells a kit.
LINK: https://www.indianaftermarket.com/handlebars-bobber.html


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Got the glassless on my FTR.

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The mirrors are clamped not threaded.
 

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They can be mounted over or under, the difference will only be a few inches. The view is great and no problems with vibration.
Thanks, I might have to pull the trigger on these.
 

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I don’t know if they’ll fit, but Rizoma makes some quality mirrors, etc...but, they’ll also cost you a quality price.
 
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