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Arlen Ness Flamed Micro Mirrors

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Everyday Low Price: $52.99

Gold Club Price: What's This? $47.69

J&P Part: 760-189

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Description

Arlen Ness Flamed Micro Mirrors

Fitment Note: 1996 and later H-D may require adapter 7600240 (Adapter does not fit 2008-13 Touring models). Metric bikes need adapter 5000017 for installation.

• Chrome-plated die-cast aluminum construction

• Features hardware for H-D, metric and custom bikes

• Left side

Product Specs

  • Style: Flamed
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Side: Left
  • Design: Flamed
  • Clamp On: No
  • Convex Glass: Yes
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 13-070
  • Material: Die-Cast Aluminum
  • Mirror Head Size: 2-1/2″ x 5-1/2″
  • Sold in Units: Each
  • Stem: Flamed
  • Stem Size: 6″

Fitment

Fitment Note: 1996 and later H-D may require adapter 7600240 (Adapter does not fit 2008-13 Touring models). 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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What you see is what u get. Very nice.

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great looking mirror

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looks good

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looks good but not a big viewing surface

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Impossible to see anything behind you. WAY TOO SMALL.

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These are big enough for my kids bigwheel not for a motorcycle. There is almost no mirror surface

  Posted:

looks cool but almost no actual mirror to use

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I love the look my bike now has with these. If you depend too much on your mirrors, these are not for you. I have them on my 07 Road King Custom. You do not need the adapter recommended by J&P if going on this model/year Harley. Fits perfect without. Cookie

  Posted:

The product was much smaller than it appeared in the catalog, measuring only about 3" X 1 1/2" and did not have convex mirrors as stated in the catalog giving a very small view to the rear.