Marty (Greenback )
These will work if all you want is to be legal while heading out to the trail. They are next to useless if you actually want to see what is along side or behind you. They won't stay in position at much over 30 mph.
Dani (Spearfish )
Put these on my 750 shadow. Work fine with no vibration problems. Better than I expected for a cheap mirror.
Chip (Provo )
I agree with the person who shared the instructions are poor. As hand tightening, the inside of the anti-vibration piece came out. It had a rubber surrounding for anti-vibration I guess, which caused it to slip out. I still don't know what to make of the little screw on that piece. When the insides came out, it looks like what came out was fitted for the screw but as you tighten the mirror down, it pushes against it which is what I think cause it to pop out. My advice is not to tighten the mirror down all the way on the anti-vibration piece.
Stosh (Alb. )
Put them on my ultra glide, just another safety tool, to see more.The price, lower than I thought it would be, and the free shipping was great. Seeing more is as important as loud pipes!!
Nick (Central )
Little shaky on the db but works for being somewhat street legal. Like how much you can adjust it while riding. And the price is perfect, cheap.
Doug (Mesa )
This mirror would be great for a rear view mirror, but it is no good for a side view mirror. On the side you can't see anything except the ground next to the vehicle. I wanted the mirror to help see other vehicles in the lane next to me, but it doesn't work for that. I also wanted the side mirror to help be back the vehicle up, but it is no help there either.