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BMW F650GS F800GS 1200GS Folding Mirrors- 6904/05BMW Pair

Regular price $132.00

BMW F650 GS F800 GS R1200GS Ultimate Folding Mirrors pair -New

In addition to folding mirrors, these mirrors add an adjustable

225-325mm stem for maximum rear view function. Fits latest models.

At the full 325mm extension these mirrors offer ~13 inches of reach.

Even with full camp luggage behind you, you can still see.

Fits all the BMW with 10mm perch mounts and for BMW F650 Dakar GS etc

we will provide 8mm mounts ( upon request )

BMW stock mirror clamps are a 10mm x 1.5mm RHD thread

Pair of mirrors specific for BMW motorcycles 2008-2013 also will fit earlier 1200GS. 

Folding Elbow adjusts from about 8.30am to 2.30pm on the clock.

Elbow joint can be adjusted on the move or locked down.

The stem is adjustable length from 225-325mm.

The mirror can be slapped out of the way on the fly in 2 axis: Sideways with the elbow and front and back with the clamping mount.

This requires proper setup, a little lubricant in the elbow and not over tightening the elbow tension or the clamping nut.

Will fit the GS1100 and GS1150 using our metric adapters ($24/pair)

Extra reach for unsurpassed rear view.....

Convex glass, E marked for Mot and TUV inspections.

High-quality OEM Italy.

Moto-Science sells only genuine mirrors.....

Set up instructions

Preferably grease the elbows, blue loctite on the allen bolt....for vibration.

Tension only as much as needed and fold on the fly all day....

Snug the 4mm elbow allen head only as tight as needed to stay where you put it.

The grease makes it much smoother.

I use the same folding mirrors on my daily mule.

On slip joint models: grease the stud only

Tighten clamping nut only as much as needed to hold position.

You want the mirror to be able to spin/turn in the mount,

When this mirror is set up properly it can absorb a front end impact.

Some riders with big windshields on R1200GS do this....

They slap these slip joint mirrors forward and backwards

to accommodate their large windshields when parking.

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