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Thread: Bar End Mirrors

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    Bar End Mirrors

    Hi,
    Can anyone recommend a set,
    I have a cheap set on and they keep folding in.
    There's so many out there but which are best. T. I. A.
    Loud pipes save lives!

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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    The genuine Triumph bar end mirrors are the best I have ever used. They do not vibrate, they do not fold in unless you want them to and you get a good rear view. They are not cheap though - but you get what you pay for. Bad side is they say Triumph on 'em - if that bothers you


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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    I got the rizoma ones... bit expensive but very nice quality
    Last edited by MarioBasso; 27th July 2019 at 01:18 PM. Reason: Tried to upload picture

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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    Thanks,
    Iv'e ordered a set that you can adjust to stop them folding in! Wee'll see.Cheers
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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    Do let us see what you bought and how you get on

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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    I bought a pair o' these (or at least something identical from another vendor).

    https://www.ebay.ie/itm/1-Pair-Motor...EAAOSwRLlZnqP8

    Had to drill a small hole in the casings & filled the void with expanding foam to stop the glass rattling in the housing.

    But apart from that they're alright up to about 70mph. After that the picture blurs quite badly due to vibration.

    So I increase progress to about 90 and forget what's behind me!

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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    I had some of those too (in fact I still have them somewhere) but the difference in those and the proper Triumph ones, is that the Triumph ones dont blur, even at high speeds.

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    Re: Bar End Mirrors

    I just put it down to the vibes normally present on the bike anyway. They're better than nothing and I do love the look of the bike with low profile mirrors.

    Being a (relative) novice to bikes in general, I thought breaking a few cheap mirrors was preferable to breaking an expensive one!

    But nice to know that you get what you pay for regarding the Triumph mirrors.

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