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Todd’s Cycle Right Black Bar-End Shooter Mirror

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J&P Part: 751-273

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Description

This product was proudly made in the USA Made In The USA

Todd’s Cycle Right Black Bar-End Shooter Mirror

Fitment Note: Fits bars with outside dimensions of 7/8"-1". Will not fit throttle by wire models.

• CNC-machined aluminum

• Will work on 7/8″ to 1″ handlebars

• Right

• Black anodized

Note: Will not fit models with handlebar air reservoirs or Touring with throttle by wire.

Product Specs

  • Style: Round
  • Finish: Black Anodized
  • Side: Right
  • Design: Bar-End Shooter
  • Handlebar Diameter: 7/8″ to 1″ Handlebars
  • Lighted: No
  • Manufacturer Part Number: BSMR-2
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

Fitment Note: Fits bars with outside dimensions of 7/8"-1". Will not fit throttle by wire models.

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews

  Posted:

Great little mirror! Beware of a couple of things though: 1.) The mirror can be mounted upwards and downwards, but the latter is standard. If you want a left mirror pointing upwards, you must order a right side mirror. 2.) Unscrew the two fasteners on the mirror and the arm/mirror, and apply loctite! The two fasteners disappeared on my third trip, and the mirror almost fell off from the arm at the fourth. 3.) Writing an e-mail to J&P asking for the lost screws, I received no answer. For me this is disturbing and I probably won't be doing bussines with J&P again. However, I contacted Todd's Cycle directly, and he's sending me both the missing screws and an upward pointing arm. Thanks, Todd!

  Posted:

Great mirror. A little sketchy mounting it through the throttle tube though. There is a fine line between compressing too much and having the throttle stick and not enough and having the mirror move with the throttle.