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Emgo OEM Replacement Mirror - 20-29671

  • Part #:
    391517
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    20-29671

MSRP Price: $11.95

Our Price: $10.75

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Overview of Emgo OEM Replacement Mirror - 20-29671

  • Economical EMGO mirrors are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and finishes
  • Order the one listed for your motorcycle for an exact match, or simply order any with the correct method of attachment
  • Sold as Each


  • Glass size: 4 3/4 in. W x 4 in. H with the stem length of 5 in.\offset 3 1/2 in.
  • Material: Black plastic with rubber boot
  • Method of Attachment: 10mm RH threaded


  • Most Japanese motorcycles with thread-in mirrors use 10mm RH threads. Many Yamahas use 10mm LH threads for the RH mirror. For those, a set of black finished adapters may be purchased separately (the LH adapter is included to match mirror heights); order Part Number 21-159

Specs for Emgo OEM Replacement Mirror - 20-29671

Color - Primary Black
Diameter 10 mm
Finish Powder-Coated
Position Left
Tint Tinted
Type Rectangular
Units Each
Weight 0.87 lbs

Cross reference number(s):

2029671

Specs for Emgo OEM Replacement Mirror - 20-29671

Color - Primary Black
Diameter 10 mm
Finish Powder-Coated
Position Left
Tint Tinted
Type Rectangular
Units Each
Weight 0.87 lbs

Fitment for Emgo OEM Replacement Mirror - 20-29671

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Part 391517 fits the following machines

Kawasaki
  • 1983 Kawasaki EX305B GPz
  • 1983 Kawasaki KZ750L
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ750R GPz
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Looks good, but floppy & distorted
The mirrors look good and are a direct replacement for the OEM mirrors on my '07 DL1000. They extend further out and thus should give a decent view of the road, as opposed to my elbows.

That said, however, there are two problems with them. First, the mirrors have about a 20-degree "free rotate" on the ball joint, meaning that they're a pain to get them to stay firmly where you want them.

Second, the surfaces are distorted. I don't mean convex - that would be fine - I mean somewhat fun-house-like. For me, at any rate, the resulting view makes it hard to determine where someone actually is.

I wouldn't buy these again.
August 8, 2011
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