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|05-24-2011 07:05 PM|
[QUOTE=tomatocity;82390I like the concept though have slight concern of road vibration.[/QUOTE]Doubt the vibration exceeds that experienced with OEM mirrors; anyhow . . . DAMPERS could be used with this system, I imagine; screw damper into mirror socket, Ram ball into damper . . .
I have Ken Sean folding dual-sport mirrors on my KLR250; I imagine their vibration quotient is about par with the Double-Takes; Ken Sean's are about the same, as stock, anyway, vibration-wise.
|05-24-2011 06:21 PM|
|Savage||I'm looking for a stock Left mirror if anyone has one they'd sell. My stocker has some weird markings in it.|
|05-24-2011 06:08 PM|
Originally Posted by Savage View Post
Oh, can an OEM mirror stem destroy your handlebar switch gear in a fall?
(Do not aske me how I know this!)
Besides folding mirrors, another countermeasure to this particular carnage is a mirror/choke lever relocation perch (pre-'08's, anyway).
|05-24-2011 02:07 PM|
Double-takers can be...
... quickly be folded out of harms way
... will move if your KLR decides to take a nap, if you hit a branch, etc.
I want to know how they...
- handle vibration while on-road
- how well you can see traffic behind the KLR
Guessing they will be a noiser mirror since the shaft is doubled
|05-24-2011 01:01 PM|
|Savage||Ram stuff is top quality but why change out the stockers? They work good for me for road riding. On my trail riding dual sports I use MSR's. Light and cheap. I'll see if I can find a pic of how I mounted them.|
|05-24-2011 12:19 PM|
screaminsal (watch his video's) uses the Doubletake mirrors. How many others are using them and what is your opinion for road and off-road use?
I like the concept though have slight concern of road vibration.