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Fish Eye Mirrors? (clip on kind?)


winstontj

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I've seen quite a few fish eye type clip on mirrors on you tube videos, etc. My current DD has horrible blind spots so I'd like to purchase a fish-eye type mirror that is small and can clip on over the factory rearview inside the car.

Any suggestions?

TIA

'79 & '80 Vespas, R75/6 + R90/6 (and a Triumph), '76 IH Scout II

E36 

'71 VIN: 2574356 - Nevada, Sunroof, RUST and a really nice '76

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I use them on all my cars, they the best. You find them on e-bay, keywords - Razo, Broadway, wide-angle rear veiw mirror. You want to buy the smallest size for an '02, if I remmber correctly about a 215mm

RK in OC

ex- 67 1600ti/Aplina

http://rogerspeed.tripod.com/bmw_1600tialpina/

83 A/R Spider Veloce

"I come from a broken home, I should know, I broke it" Bazooka Joe

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I have purchased them at Pep Boys and Kragen for about $10-$12. They are 215mm I believe. Ive have them in my 2002, my daily ride, my girl's Taurus and Ive bought them for my Dad's '69 and '70 Nova's and for my Mom's Mitsu. They work great and allow you to change lanes on the highway quickly and safely. No more turning your head to look at your passenger door mirror. GET 'EM!!!

http://www.jcwhitney.com/WRAPAROUND-PANORAMIC-WIDE-ANGLE-MIRRORS/GP_2008409_N_111+10201+600015497_10101.jcw

David G.
1989 Volvo 240 Wagon "Da Brick" Daily driver
1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R "Hitomi" Sleeping. Waiting for NEO VVL!!
1976 BMW 2002 "Diana" The never ending project!!!

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I have no connection with the seller,other than good experience, I recommend the RAZO here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RAZO-RG25-Convex-Silver-Wide-Angle-Rear-View-Mirror_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZ72Q3a1163Q7c39Q3a1Q7c66Q3a2Q7c65Q3a12Q7c240Q3a1318QQ_trksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQhashZitem320294666506QQitemZ320294666506

The optical quality is very high and it is anti-glare treated, the whitney mirrors are usually too big and not as good optical quality

RK in OC

ex- 67 1600ti/Aplina

http://rogerspeed.tripod.com/bmw_1600tialpina/

83 A/R Spider Veloce

"I come from a broken home, I should know, I broke it" Bazooka Joe

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