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Todd’s Cycle Right Black Bar-End Shooter Mirror

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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.

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

Important Product Notes

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

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:
4/5 based on 2 ratings

4 by

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!

4 by

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.

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