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Drag Specialties Flame Teardrop Mirror with Sculptured Radius Stem - 0640-0115

  • Part #: 392558
  • Manufacturer Part #: 0640-0115
  • Original Price: $83.95
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Overview of Drag Specialties Flame Teardrop Mirror with Sculptured Radius Stem - 0640-0115

  • Constructed of chrome-plated die-cast aluminum
  • Features teardrop head with 3D graphics and chrome mounting hardware
  • Short 3 1/2 in. and 4 1/2 in. radius stem
  • Mirror head measures 5 1/4 in. x 2 1/2 in.
  • Sold in pairs


NOTE: For metric cruisers - mirror adapters use part number H39009 or H39010
Specs:
Mirror width (glass only): 120mm/4 11/16 in.
Mirror height (glass only): 51mm/2 in.
(2) Stem Height: 108mm/4 13/16 in. and 76mm/3 in.
(2) Stem offset: 2 1/2 in. and 2 in.
(2) Thread size: 5/16 in. -24 (right hand thread)


Specs

Finish Chrome
Position Left/Right
Tint - Mirror Clear
Type Specialty
Type - Glass Flat
Units Pair
Weight 2.06 lbs

Specs for Drag Specialties Flame Teardrop Mirror with Sculptured Radius Stem - 0640-0115

Finish Chrome
Position Left/Right
Tint - Mirror Clear
Type Specialty
Type - Glass Flat
Units Pair
Weight 2.06 lbs

Reviews for Drag Specialties Flame Teardrop Mirror with Sculptured Radius Stem - 0640-0115

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Looks nice, but vibrates out of alignment

June 1, 2015

I have a big V-twin with vibration in the handlebars and I have been fighting a losing battle trying to keep the right side mirror from drooping down when I get on the gas hard. I have tried lock tight and tightened down every little bolt on the mirror but there must be too much weight on the tip of the mirror which is too far from the pivot bolt, because when I rev the bike up, the mirror slips down. The bolt doesn't loosen, but the pin doesn't lock position. If your bike doesn't vibrate in the handlebars, then they are probably a good set of mirrors and look really nice.

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By: from Colorado

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terrible

May 1, 2011

the mirrors come loose. i am constantly pushing them back up into position while riding. i took them off after the first ride!

I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
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By: from Oak Park ,CA

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