So the big question is..do I replace the mirrors or or keep the much better looking 'mirrorless' style or fit bar-ends?
As we drive on the left (correct) side of the road, its the right hand mirror that I actually use (whenever I need to check my elbows), and its the right mirror that has the left hand thread, making the replacement options limited.
In India, you can get away without them.In the US, when your doing 65 on the freeway and the traffic behind is coming at 80, you need a bit more than the glance over the shoulder. Bare
When I get the bike back to the US, I might be tempted to slap a mirror back on.
So what do you do differently if there's something coming?
I don't change lanes to put me in front of him!There are a few occasions I actually have to move over to pass people!Bare
Managed to get a pair of Napoleons
What stock mirror holes? The bolt goes through the stock holes.
Rob (and all): Check your local NAPA auto parts store; Balkamp part #665-2391. Little plastic plugs, just nice for plugging those empty mirror holes, as postulated originally here by Sub.
My wife picked some up today at my local NAPA - I haven't tried them yet, but they look like they ought to fit. They cost around $5 for a package of 18
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