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post #1 of 16 Old 11-06-2015, 04:53 AM Thread Starter
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Mirror upside down anyone???

I have always been fond of those upside down mirrors but not been able to do so with Street.
Has anyone did it or knows how to?
I have those HD extenders but those didn't seems working for that, please advice anyone. I have attached pic of the same for reference.
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As far as I know, it can't be done on the Street. (That is, without completely changing the brake/clutch mounts, or adding something else for a way to mount them)
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there are quite a few members here that have upside down bar end mirrors on their bikes. hopefully some will show ya what they have and how well they work for them.
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I installed a set of Drag Specialties basic black with long stems. The Lenses is bigger. Now I can see the lane next to me. As well as behind me better. The Only problem I have is, They seem to come loose with vibration.

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It took a little effort but I have mine flipped. I had to put new brackets on. Definitely more visibility.
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Where did you get the new brackets, and did you find that they hit the tank at all while turning?
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I bought the brackets on amazon. I had to also order 8mm to 10mm adapters. No issues with turning. It did take a little bit of tinker to get the left on just right so it wouldn't hit when parked.
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Thanks man, it looks great! Did you have any trouble removing the original clamps?
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The original clamps appear to be attached to the controls. I think I will just get some plugs to fill the holes.
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I bought the brackets on amazon. I had to also order 8mm to 10mm adapters. No issues with turning. It did take a little bit of tinker to get the left on just right so it wouldn't hit when parked.
Do you have a link for Amazon??

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