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Emgo Universal Mirror - 20-34900

  • Part #:
    391554
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    20-34900

MSRP Price: $8.95

Our Price: $8.06

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Overview of Emgo Universal Mirror - 20-34900

  • Emgo offers a wide variety of economical, universal mirrors for most motorcycles
  • Styles available in many shapes and sizes to fit threaded mounts, clamp-on the handlebars or attach to fairings
  • Choose your favorite design from the photos and match the method of attachment for your bike
  • Chrome stamped-steel, rectangular mirror
  • Sold as Each
  • Mirror offset adjustable, includes Allen wrench

Mirror Width (glass only): 4-7/8 in.
Mirror Height (glass only): 3-3/8 in.
Stem Length: 6 in.
Stem Offset: 1 in.-3 in.
Glass Tint: Tinted
Glass Type: Flat

Note: Most Japanese motorcycles with thread-in mirrors use 10mm RH threads. For those a set of black finished adapters may be purchased separately); order Part No. 27-159

Specs for Emgo Universal Mirror - 20-34900

Color - Primary Chrome
Diameter 10 mm
Finish Chrome
Position Left/Right
Tint Tinted
Type Rectangular
Units Each
Weight 0.75 lbs

Specs for Emgo Universal Mirror - 20-34900

Color - Primary Chrome
Diameter 10 mm
Finish Chrome
Position Left/Right
Tint Tinted
Type Rectangular
Units Each
Weight 0.75 lbs

Fitment for Emgo Universal Mirror - 20-34900

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Part 391554 fits the following machines

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Universal Mirrors
I put these mirrors on a 1982 Suzuki GS650L. I'm happy with them since they didn't cost me a lot but wish they were a little more solid because of the vibration from my bike.
April 19, 2010
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5 / 5
Quality
1 / 5
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Emgro Mirrors
While installing the mirror, the base unit of the mirror, where the set screw grips the mirror shaft, cracked. There was very little torque applied. The material is "chinzy" and if it had not cracked, it would have failed through normal vibrations anyway.
April 9, 2012
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