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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-17-2008, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Need a mirror part

Good morning all!

The first nice day of the season and I dropped the bike on the right side breaking off the mirror at the base!

I have replacement mirrors but the c-clamp that holds on the brake handle which also has the screw hole for the mirror needs to be replaced.

Anyone got this little part?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-17-2008, 10:58 AM
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Are ya talking about part number 43034-1113 from ron ayers? I DON'T have one but that part no should help...

$19 from RA if no one has it (just a bit steep...). If that IS the part you're looking for you might wanna change the title/ post a different thread with "master cylinder holder heeded" as the title.

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Great excuse to get a new pair of aftermarket rectangular mirrors. You will see much better with them, and IMHO, it freshens up the look of the bike.

The small rounds ones make it look like the 20+ year old design that it is.

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I have the rectangular mirrors, and like them much better than the round ones!
I think these were off a Honda.....


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Umm... guys... notice how he said he already has mirrors? I think he needs either the part I listed above or a master cylinder...

Right sarflyer?

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Good morning all!

The first nice day of the season and I dropped the bike on the right side breaking off the mirror at the base!

I have replacement mirrors but the c-clamp that holds on the brake handle which also has the screw hole for the mirror needs to be replaced.

Anyone got this little part?
Hyper's got the right part number for you. I did the same thing when I first got my 750 - ticked me off, 'cause it was more than just replacing the mirror. But the part's relatively cheap, and all in all, it's an easy fix (unlike some other things!!).

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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-22-2008, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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found it!

Hey guys,

Thanks for all the responses! I found the part at babbittsonline.

What a great site, they give you exploded views of different areas of the bike and the part was only $17.

Yeah!

Thanks again!

Paul R.
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Umm... guys... notice how he said he already has mirrors? I think he needs either the part I listed above or a master cylinder...
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Great excuse to get a new pair of aftermarket rectangular mirrors. You will see much better with them, and IMHO, it freshens up the look of the bike.

The small rounds ones make it look like the 20+ year old design that it is.
I was just backing up Jons idea of an excuse for new mirrors.


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