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See [[Common_Modifications#Third-Party_Mirrors|Third-Party Mirrors]] for workable/tested replacements.
See [[Common_Modifications#Third-Party_Mirrors|Third-Party Mirrors]] for workable/tested replacements.
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Latest revision as of 21:17, 23 June 2020

2012-2014 Mirrors (side) on a DS
2015+ mirrors (side) on a DSR
Pre-2015 (Gen1) Zeros use an angular mirror with a ball mount joint that allows rotating the mirrors 360 degrees.
Many riders turn the mirrors upside down for a little wider visibility around the shoulder/arms.
2015+ (Gen2 and Gen3) Zeros use a mirror stalk with an inboard ball mount with about 30 degrees of freedom from the stalk.
Zero mirrors are mounted from the handlebars with Yamaha/Ducati-style bolt fitting.
The bolt/thread specification is M10x1.25, left-hand-threaded on the right side and standard right-hand-threaded on the left side.
(pre-2015) Check that the set screw holding mirror position holds it firmly.
Use a corrosion inhibitor or thread-locker for the set screws and the mount threading since these are weather-exposed.

See Third-Party Mirrors for workable/tested replacements.