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Mirror Relocation Brackets

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG11025.03
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  • Technical Details

    • Fits 2003 to 2006 TJ Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • Black powder coat
    • With half or full door mirrors
    • Allows for use of factory mirrors
    • No drilling required
    • Sold as a pair

Allows for use of factory mirrors when the doors are removed. Each set of brackets attach to the vehicle's windshield hinges using existing bolt holes. No drilling required for installation. Sold in pairs with all mounting hardware.

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Bracket TypeFinish
RelocationBlack Powder Coat

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2.0

flimsy coulda been made to fit inside st

By madmorgan

from gillett pa

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Pros

  • Easy To Install

Cons

  • Flimsy Design

Best Uses

    Comments about Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets:

    Price is good but! Mirrors vibrate for the money they could have used thicker metal.ez install but plastic should fit around metal but doesn't so it deforms plastic as you tighten 3 bolts.

     
    1.0

    Not worth purchasing

    By Terry

    from NC

    About Me Truck Enthusiast

    Pros

    • Easy To Install

    Cons

    • Excessive vibration
    • Flimsy Design
    • No Improvement In Performance
    • Unattractive Styling

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      Comments about Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets:

      Installed a pair of these on my '03 Wrangler. They vibrate so badly at reasonable speeds that items seen in the mirrors are a blur. Slightly thicker material of construction would have minimized or eliminated this problem.

      Worse, tho, is the fact that less than half of the passenger side mirror can be seen from the driver seat. The bracket relocates the mirror too far forward and too close to the A pillar to allow the mirror be used. This is a serious safety issue for those of us that rely of the passenger side mirror.

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