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Hi all,

IMO the Scrambler mirrors aren´t the best looking ones out there ... can you guys share some photos of your non-stock mirrors?

... need inspiration :)

THANKS!
 

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Hi all,

IMO the Scrambler mirrors aren´t the best looking ones out there ... can you guys share some photos of your non-stock mirrors?

... need inspiration :)

THANKS!
I have Oberon and like the many positions you can adjust to.


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Great pictures guys! Nobody installed the CRG Arrow mirror´s - they look cool but don´t know nothing more about them.
 

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No name but not really cheap like some, they do have a removable bezel to allow tension adjustment of the ball-joint not normally available on no name brands.
Once the non adjustable ones go floppy, it's all over. Worth looking at for anyone buying mirrors.

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No name but not really cheap like some, they do have a removable bezel to allow tension adjustment of the ball-joint not normally available on no name brands.
Once the non adjustable ones go floppy, it's all over. Worth looking at for anyone buying mirrors.
Sorry to hijack mirror thread :)
Hui, may I ask how did you route the speedo cable? I have rizoma risers with speedo mount on the way and most people seem to have had problems with the cable routing and ended up with the cable cluster to the right - it seems to be nicely hidden on your pic.
Thank you!
 

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Sorry to hijack mirror thread :)
Hui, may I ask how did you route the speedo cable? I have rizoma risers with speedo mount on the way and most people seem to have had problems with the cable routing and ended up with the cable cluster to the right - it seems to be nicely hidden on your pic.
Thank you!
I re-routed the loom around the front of head-stock and into the speedo from the left side. Still noticeable but much less so with the bike leaning away when on the stand. There is also more free cable this way therefor it can be tucked in and secured a bit better.
As always, it's all about the small details.
 
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