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post #1 of 34 Old 10-05-2015, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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As many have said our new Street 750 mirrors are horrible and unsafe
Would anyone know a part number for the extensions?
Or even an aftermarket part would be fine .
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"Would anyone know a part number for the extensions?
Or even an aftermarket part would be fine …. "


I installed H-D LONG STEM BLACK mirrors:


Right 91909-038
Left 91910-038


They cost around $35.00 apiece and attach in no-time-at-all. They look just like the useless stock mirrors but work flawlessly.




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Black Mirror Extension Kit-56000042 | 2015 Street Bob | Official Harley-Davidson Online Store


this is what I put on mine.
I prefer to keep lower mirrors.


so I kept the lower stock mirrors with these.


now, I can see behind me just fine.
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I also installed H-D LONG STEM BLACK mirrors:

Right 91909-038
Left 91910-038

These have worked fine for me, just the $74 plus hit my pocket a little hard.

2015 Street 750 Vivid Black
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I just brought a set of the HD Tribal mirrors. They work flawlessly and in my opinion look alot better than the long stem mirrors and extensions. However priced alot more as well.
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I just purchased a set of bike master old school tube mirrors, they are far more adjustable than what I have seen from Harley. They are also on the lower end as far as price goes. Only paid $44 shipped and I am able to see behind me just fine now.
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I use mirror extention stay (#204-3385), made by Kijima, a Japanese company for mortorcycle parts. It is very cheep (20$) and effective, and does not harm the original designe, though I can't find it on the Kijima's online shopping site.
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I ordered these. Hope they work ok.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0..._st_dp_summary
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I use mirror extention stay (#204-3385), made by Kijima, a Japanese company for mortorcycle parts. It is very cheep (20$) and effective, and does not harm the original designe, though I can't find it on the Kijima's online shopping site.

I had made a set that looks very similar to these.
the mirrors vibrated while riding
the extra thickness of the HD mirror extenders does not allow mirror to vibrate.


hopefully yours will not.
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I ordered these. Hope they work ok.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0..._st_dp_summary

those look a lot like the HD mirror extenders, they should work well.
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