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How To Improve The Visibility From Your Harley Davidson Mirrors

Updated on May 6, 2017

Improve The Visibility From Your Harley Davidson Mirrors

When I first purchased my Harley Davidson sportster I was fairly happy with the my purchase. The only thing that really bugged me was the visibility from the mirrors. The mirrors that came with my Harley Sportster were terrible... They came loose all the time and they were very small so you couldn't see much from them in the first place. Another problem I had was my arms would always get in the way.. I don't know if it has something to do with the position of the mirrors on the Harley Sportsters or not but I never had this problem before with my old bike. The Honda Magna VT250. The mirrors on this bike were perfect. After a while I upgraded and got some skull mirrors for my Sportster.. They were definitely better than the first mirrors that came with the bike however they weren't perfect either. They were fairly small but they never came loose. After a while I got some bigger mirrors but the only problem with these mirrors as they have a swivel ball joint. Which is great until they start coming loose all the time. I have a video which I will link to below on how to stop this happening if you are having this problem. So when I purchase these larger mirrors I still had the problem of my arms getting in the way. Until I came across some Harley Davidson Mirror Risers And Extenders which work perfectly for improving the visibility on your Harley Davidson motorcycle. These risers rise your mirrors by 1" and outwards by 2" so they make a huge difference. Hopefully this helps you solve your mirror problems. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my article. If you have any questions or wish to leave a comment you are more than welcome to leave a comment below.


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