Pro-One Mini Tear Drop Mirrors
J&P Part: ZZ75356
Closeout Price: $77.99 Regular Price: $119.99
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Pro-One Mini Tear Drop Mirrors• Mini tear drop mirrors include hardware to fit just about any bike on the road• Mirror face is 3-1/8″ x 1-1/2″• Overall mirror is 5″ x 1-7/8″• Plus, you get 2 lengths of stems so you get the custom you desire• Comes with stems that are 5″ long and 4″ tall, or 3-3/4″ long and 3″ tall• Come with metric adapters
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hdrick52 Posted :
Fairly usless as mirros go. Difficult to see anything without diverting concentration from the road.
guerrerojp Posted :
Mirrors did not cover desired viewing angle. Did not fit well enough for my VT1100!
sharisec Posted :
Small viewing area but you know that when you buy 'em. They look great. They can be hard to adjust for actual use on a standard Sporty but once I lowered the bike the view is PERFECT.
sharisec Posted :
I agree with all the reviews that say how great these mirrors look and how good they look on the bike. I disagree, however, with the sentiment that they're not functional. When you buy minis you have to expect that the mirror surface is going to be smaller than OEM, so that was no surprise. I wonder if anyone who had trouble adjusting the mirrors up & down tried using an allen wrench in the little screw that connects the stem to the mirror. I got plenty of adjustability (up-down and side-to-side) with this. Using the long stems and making a few quick adjustments, the rear view is GREAT! And I switched from full-size OEMs on short stems. Granted, I don't have standard bars, but I couldn't see anything beyond my own shoulders before.
GlennSteely Posted :
I purchased these for their wonderful appearance. They look good. However, functionally, I need to get something with MORE mirror surface. I cannot see enough of things that are behind me.
tholdingeagle Posted :
They look great but the functionality is minimal. I can't see anything out of them.
pepelepeu Posted :
These looks good and are easy to install, but functionally too small to see much going on behind and around the bike. I couldn't adjust much for a better view...just wouldn't tilt up enough. I tried the diffrent stems and still without being way back in my seat with bad posture I can't see much around me. I'm 5'10'' maybe witha shorter rider these mirrors would work better.
eliezer Posted :
Very good product. I am happy with this purshase.
skiphagerman Posted :
5 stars for fit, finish, and looks. 2 stars for usability. Had to Loctite the head mounting screws to keep them from loosening every time an adjustment was made. Very limited mirror head adjustment, had to adjust control placement to get rear view in mirror on FXSTS. Mirror head too small for practical road use. Took them off.
harleylee Posted :
Perfect fit and good shape. J&P gives a lot of pleasure to me all the time.
bungartj Posted :
Nice mirrors. Good glass. Nice chrome job. A definite improvement over stock.
dwightg Posted :
First...the quality of the mirrors is great...as is the appearance on my bike (Roadstar). But....from a practical standpoint, they do limit your field of vision compared to stock mirrors, and take some getting used to if you really use them...and not just have them on a custom bike for looks. I like the smaller look with my cruiser rather than the "big" style stock mirrors. Five stars for the product...three stars for the practical use.
mytoy Posted :
I can't really see much behind me other than the road. They don't tilt enough to get the right postion. Plus you try to adjust them to much they start spinning, won't stay tight.
s10morsie Posted :
These mirriors set the look of my bike off. They have a custom look and are very sleek. These mirrors get a lot of attention.
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