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    WTB Factory set of mirrors

    I need a factory set of mirrors if anyone has them laying around?

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    I actually needed the mirrors myself it seems like all my TW's have bunk aftermarket mirrors on them
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    These here aren't bunk.

    The stock mirrors are crap compared to these folding Ken Sean mirrors. These were "Highly" recommended by "Many" members here. I was Very happy when these got here in the mail. They are very solid, and beefy mirrors, and they completely fold out of the way for tight woods riding. They thread on without the need of an adaptor. They fold right down to center crossbar. Best part upgrade 2nd to an O-Ring chain. These are left and right, even though the pictures look the same. Much cheaper than stock oem mirrors too.


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    https://m.denniskirk.com/ken-sean/du...prd/391306.sku

    Left Side
    https://m.denniskirk.com/ken-sean/du...prd/391305.sku


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    I couldn't get your links to work they brought me to the main page at Dennis Kirk so I'll repost the link

    I've thrown away a few of those because they looked cheap and I didn't know they folded

    https://www.denniskirk.com/ken-sean/...prd/391305.sku
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    Thats the left side only. The right side has lefthanded threads. There's a notch at the bottom swivel mount. When you mount them on the bike, face that notch in to center of bike so they fold right down and the top mirror will twist out of way or face where ever you want it to. Not rocket science. They work great, and much more solid than stock. They can take a hell of a beating too. The stock mirrors are cheaply made compared to these. Hey, do as ya wish, just trying to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Werloc View Post
    Thats the left side only. The right side has lefthanded threads. There's a notch at the bottom swivel mount. When you mount them on the bike, face that notch in to center of bike so they fold right down and the top mirror will twist out of way or face where ever you want it to. Not rocket science. They work great, and much more solid than stock. They can take a hell of a beating too. The stock mirrors are cheaply made compared to these. Hey, do as ya wish, just trying to help.
    I'm not a fan of the stock ones either. I got the ones from ProCycle and have been happy with them. Nice being able to fold them out of the way.

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    I have the doubletakes on mine and while they work pretty good they are not as solid as i would like. The ram arms slip a little from time to time and on the right side the thread adapter is useless( mine vibrated loose and i almost lost the mirror w red loctite on it) to the point that i bought a used master off fleabay, rebuilt it and put a normal thread helicoil in it so i wouldn't need the adapter any more. They are also a bit buzzy at high RPM. I was going to do something for my girls bike too since i want folding for hers as well and i think for what they cost i'm going to try the Ken Sean ones.
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    Bob, those Ken Seans sound really nice. Reviews are mixed which tells me many didn't take time to adjust them properly. Those that did give positive reviews.
    Two quick questions: Do they stay put when folded with same tension in the ball socket? And is this tension enough to geacceptably low vibration in mirror image?
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    I know you'll be happy with them. The tension is adjustable both top at mirror and bottom balljoint. If you like, I could post nice close-ups with the dust boot up so you can see them well. Also, make sure you get 1 of each, not 2 left sides due to the threads.
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    I understand how they work w/o picture, but pictures are always appreciated here.
    I won't be ordering soon as am off soon to play with the lads amongst Utah's sandstone splendor. Funny thing is after decades of no mirrors I am hooked on them now when riding with friends. Would be nice to have mirrors that would fold away when necessary. Thanks Bob.
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