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This pair of custom designed 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.
Q: I have an 87 wrangler with full doors will the relocation bracket work I also have the CJ mount I want to do away with
Asked by mrkhouse from tx on
Hi mrkhouse You can use the Mirror Relocation Brackets with the full doors you would have to shorten the door strap so the door will not hit the mirror. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from tx on
I have an 87 wrangler with full doors that I take off and replace with canvas 1/2 doors will these brackets work?
Asked by Robert from United States on
Hi Robert the Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets will work with the steel doors but not the canvas door. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,
Answered by roy p ext 4928 from United States on
is a righ a left or only one for the Price
Asked by felix el zameno from jayuya, puerto rico on
Hey Felix, this comes a pair so you will get one for both sides. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from jayuya, puerto rico on
Rugged Ridge Arm Rest Covers
Rugged Ridge was established in 2005 by the company Omix-ADA to focus on innovative aftermarket Jeep accessories. Many of Rugged Ridge's recent designs are so innovative they have been patented. This includes their floor liners, snorkel and XHD Modular Bumpers. Since 2005 Rugged Ridge has developed and manufactured over 3,000 kinds of Jeep related products. All Rugged Ridge Jeep accessories are trail rated. The Omix-ADA founder came from a family that owned a small Jeep dealership. It was the founder's dream from a young age to own a company that made accessories for Jeeps. The founder manifested the dream in 1992. Shop Rugged Ridge Now