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Russ Wernimont Designs Chrome Left Side Diamond Convex Mirror

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Russ Wernimont Designs Chrome Left Side Diamond Convex Mirror

Fitment Note: Metric bikes need adapter 5000017 for installation.

• Convex wide angle diamond mirrors

• Provide better rearview sight to know what is around you

• Includes mounting hardware

• Stem measures 5-1/4″ out x 4″ high

• Head measures 5″ x 3-1/4″

Product Specs

  • Style: Diamond
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Side: Left
  • Design: Diamond
  • Clamp On: No
  • Lighted: No
  • Manufacturer Part Number: RWD-50045CL
  • Mirror Head Size: 5" x 3-1/4"
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Stem: Diamond
  • Stem Size: 5-1/4" out x 4" high

Fitment

Fitment Note: Metric bikes need adapter 5000017 for installation.

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

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Outstanding mirrors. Will not loosen up like factory mirrors, can be positioned either large side out or large side in, (rotates 360 degrees). Convex mirror shape gives a much better view of what's behind you. Many adapters available to fit most every application. High end styling, durable and attractive chrome plating is not only beautiful, but functional. Much better than my stock mirrors, and with a dab of Locktite, will stay put on my controls. No unsightly nuts or knobs to clutter up your handlebars. With the large side in, they will give a wider field of vision, but the other way they won't be way outside the perimeter width of your bike. I put them large side out for a narrower view, but much better look.

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