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Smittybilt Half Door Mirror Kit , Black 7694

Smittybilt | Part Number: S/B7694
  • Smittybilt - Smittybilt Half Door Mirror Kit , Black 7694 - Fits 1987 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
  • Smittybilt - Smittybilt Half Door Mirror Kit , Black 7694 - Fits 1987 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
Part Number: S/B7694
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1987 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • Black
    • Direct bolt on replacement
    • Sold as a pair
    • Drilling required if installing on 1987 Wrangler

Replacement for factory side mirrors on Wranglers. They are a direct bolt on replacement. Drilling is required if installing on a 1987 Wrangler, hinges are not pre drilled or tapped for the mirrors to bolt on. Sold as a pair.

Mount LocationColor
DoorBlack

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
3.0
 

Decent Mirrors

4.0

By 97TJ

from GA

 

Comments about SmittybiltHalf Door Side Mirrors:

I experienced the same results with wind blowing the mirrors down when driving at highway speeds. LOOK UNDER THE MIRROR HOUSING NEXT TO THE FLEXIBLE RUBBER TUBE. YOU SHOULD SEE A #2 PHILLIPS HEAD TENSION SCREW TO FIX THE PROBLEM.

 

Should've read reviews first

2.0

By 3-D

from Florida

 

Comments about SmittybiltHalf Door Side Mirrors:

These fit our 90 Jeep although if we went over 35 mph they started to shift. We have to reposition these mirrors everytime we drive they are constantly falling to the side.

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Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    I have a combination mirror bracket on my TJ that has light mount and the mirror mount which is a cylinder opening. Can I unscrew this mirror from it's bracket and place mirror shaft through the barrel opening in the cylinder and be able to screw tight the nut in the bottom? I had difficulty before with a mirror that the shaft did not come down far enough so I could tighen properly. Think it was due to the spring assembly inside. Thanks for any comment or advice. JZ
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