This pair of custom designed black powder coated mirror relocation brackets from Rugged Ridge bolt into existing holes on the windshield relocating your mirrors off the door. The perfect add-on accessory for those off-road adventures where you do not want your doors. Each bracket kit comes with a special paintable filler plate to cover up the hole created when you remove your mirrors. Sold in pairs.
Moves your stock mirrors forward so you can't see them with the uppers installed. Still have to put the mirrors back on the doors for street driving.
This product is so much easier to install, more durable, better looking, and less expensive than the door-hinge replacement mirror I previously purchased. Dont waste time our money on other mirrors when you can reuse your door mirrors with these brackets and get better results.
Hi Are these brackets used just with factory mirrors? I purchased mirrors a year ago that slip into the upper pin slot when the doors are off I thighten them and Iam good to go. now I have 2-piece doors and no mirrors!!......Dumb
Asked by Lou from Chester,NY on
Hi Lou! These relocation brackets are designed to be used with OEM or factory replacement mirrors. It sounds like you have the quick release type of mirrors, and those aren't compatible with these brackets. I'd suggest going with these replacement mirrors from Rugged Ridge, part# RUG11010.07
Answered by Aaron S. from Chester,NY on
what locks the mirror into position since there is no hub for the nubs to set in?
Asked by from west virginia on
Hello! The mirror is retained in this mirror relocation bracket by tightening the bolt that connects the top to the bottom. Using a lock washer, it keeps the mirror from rotating around while the vehicle is in motion.
Answered by Aaron S. from west virginia on
can these be used while the full doors are left on?
Asked by from on
You can leave the brackets in place when the full doors are on the vehicle, but you should use the mirrors on the full doors as you will not be able to see the relocated mirrors.
Answered by Aaron from on