Mirror Extenders

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  1. DavidBrownLaw

    DavidBrownLaw Well-Known Member
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    I’ve only had the new T120 a week, (420 miles) but I’m tired of looking at my shoulders and elbows in my mirrors. Has anyone had experience with Norman Hyde mirror extenders?
     
  2. Samsgrandad

    Samsgrandad Well-Known Member

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    I haven't had any experience of Norman Hyde mirror extenders specifically but I did have a pair of Chinese mirror extenders on a Honda I used to own. They work well and increase the rear vision to make it acceptable.

    The other way of solving the problem is to fit bar end mirrors, which I have fitted to my T100 Bonneville
     
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  4. DavidBrownLaw

    DavidBrownLaw Well-Known Member
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    These look interesting. Shipping from the UK to the U.S. would be 39 pounds. If I go that route, I need to find a supplier here in the U.S.
     
  5. Windy

    Windy Senior Member

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    I have the triumph mirrors in the post above on my speedmaster, needed to dip my elbow to see behind me. Almost did not see a police car behind me one day so needed to do something. Got a cheap pair of extenders off eBay and fitted them the wrong way around to take the type of mirror. Works really well but at over 80 they do get a bit bleary, I think they add a bit more vibration but happy with the fix
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