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Street Rod mirror help

I have a 2017 Street Rod. It came with the factory bar end mirrors and I'm wanting to do some mods. That being said, I cannot for the life of me figure out what tool(s) to use to remove them. Any and all help would be appreciated. I'm not the type to take my bike to the dealer for something that I should be able to do.

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Without going out to the garage to check, I think you'll find most bar end mirrors have an allen screw fixing. If you look at the end of the bars you'll see it. The screw is threaded in to a taper block, don't unscrew it completely, just enough so the mirror is lose (you may have to tap the head of the screw back in to the bar to break the taper lock) and job jobbed.

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I seem to recall the Mounting Screw had a Square Head. Possibly a 3/8" Ratchet might work. Probably held on like the Handle Bar weights on a Metric Bike. One of those Compression fittings. The rubber piece expands when tightened. When you loosen, You might have to wiggle it a bit.

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It does use an allen head screw. It's in there deep.
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It does use an allen head screw. It's in there deep.
that's what she said
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