"Where Quality and Style Ride Together"
Looking to for a pair of quality mirrors without sacrificing looks? Check out our "Diamond" mirrors which feature a sleek design sure to make a huge impact on the look of your motorcycle. These mirrors are not only designed to look good on any type of motorcycle, especially sportbikes, but they are exceptionally designed as well. They feature a large glass mirror which enables you to see more of what's behind you. They offer a "worry free" swivel design which allows you to adjust the angle of the lens farther than standard mirrors allow, and they are designed so once you set the angle in place, it stays in place. Plus these mirrors are made with "distortion free glass"-so you get a clearer reflection from the mirror than from conventional mirrors which can have a distorted view in their lens. As with all of our parts, these mirrors feature a money back guarantee.
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Posted by Tina on 11th Apr 2014
These mirrors are great. I replaced the OEM mirrors on my 93 Suzuki GS500. These were really easy to install, look great, and give me a really good, wide range of vision. After a fall, one of the mirrors' ball and socket joints got stuck, but with some WD40 and some banging it loosened up. The field of vision with these really is great. They aren't convex, though, just FYI.
Posted by Brad on 4th Apr 2014
I bought these and installed them on my 2005 Ducati monster 900. The mirrors screwed into the handlebars without a problem. The black matched well with my bike's color. The mirror lens is big enough for me. They don't move around either while im riding. These are definitely good mirrors for the price.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Aug 2013
Look good and vibration-free on my ducati. Came with 2 r/h thread bolts. I needed 1left, 1right,so minus 1 star. But sent me after the correct threads I needed.
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