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Anyone know how to take apart this mirror? Its for a superbike (older model). I've got the orange turn signal glass off (one screw), but I need to get the reflector out, and I'm not sure if its held in w/ screws or if the mirror itself is held in with screws. Anyone ever take one of these apart?

 

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Anyone know how to take apart this mirror? Its for a superbike (older model). I've got the orange turn signal glass off (one screw), but I need to get the reflector out, and I'm not sure if its held in w/ screws or if the mirror itself is held in with screws. Anyone ever take one of these apart?

From taking apart other mirrors I know that you get to the guts by pulling the mirror glass off, which in most cases is held on by plastic clips.



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From taking apart other mirrors I know that you get to the guts by pulling the mirror glass off, which in most cases is held on by plastic clips.
crap crap crap crap! I just shattered the mirror... :|

Question 2 - anyone know if you can just replacement glass for these mirrors :eek:
 

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20/20 now..... But maybe using a heat gun--- hot enough to soften the silicone but cool enough not to damage the glass/reflective backing or plastic housing?

Be patience --------- go easy and it may work now that you know what is holding it on. Silicone will soften with heat. How much???

Good luck on the rest of it.....
 

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