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just be aware that yours will have a lh thread on the rh mirror, so your replacements need to have that, or get an older master cylinder mount with the rh thread.
 

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just be aware that yours will have a lh thread on the rh mirror, so your replacements need to have that, or get an older master cylinder mount with the rh thread.
Or you can run a tap in there and cut those threads the right dang way. :laugh:

Did this with an old Yamaha. Thought the threads were just damaged, only realized later they were left handed. Oh well, it worked. :wink2:
 

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I picked up some inexpensive round mirrors (with the correct RH & LH threads) from Amazon and I think they look pretty good. Mimics the look of the classic without being overbearing. Not perfect coverage but near zero vibration and they hold their adjustment well.

Now if I can do something about those yellowing gauge faces...
 

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