KTM Folding Mirror 225mm 5498BB, each.
KTM Folding Mirror 225mm length
KTM OEM Folding mirror 225mm horizontal reach.
KTM Bar mount each and KTM Bar mount pair
225mm is used on the KTM 200-250-350-450 cc bikes
Made in Italy. Convex mirror. Buy one or buy a pair.
Handlebar mount :
Save your master cylinder perch from breaking....on KTM Motorcycles when you crash hard.
If you have any questions, use a ruler to do a mock-up on your bike.
This mirror is 225mm or ~9 inches horizontal from the pivot to the outside edge of the mirror.
Price compare here ~$47.49 each: http://www.ktmtwins.com/950adventure/58312040200.html
Finest handlebar mirror design in the world... Ultimate Dirt and Street bike Enduro mirror.
The Emgo folding mirror, Acerbis etc. may be cheaper, but too short to work very well.
Bar end mirrors are another hard to see out of solution and don't work very well.
Ratchet Folding feature can be locked down or left adjustable.
Can be folded out of the way for off-road.
The angle of adjustment on the folding elbow
is from 8.30AM to about 3 PM on the clock
which offers every conceivable position you could want.
No comparison with bar end mirrors or stock mirrors.
Suzuki SV650, V-Strom, Ninja 650R Versys, Honda Transalp, KTM, Moto Guzzi,
Husqevarna, Triumph, KLR650 and much more with 10mm x 1.25mm mounts.
Reverse mounts for left side on Ducati Monster and Yamaha.
Bar Mounts can be fitted to any motorcycle with the 7/8 inch handlebars
Save your master cylinder or clutch perch from breaking....on Motorcycles.
Set up instructions : Screw in the Perch models “P” 5498P, 0097P, 5587P, 6804P, 5498Y, 0097Y, 5587Y, 6804Y,
Optional grease the elbows, ~blue loctite on the allen bolt....for long haul 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 wherever you put it.
The grease makes it much smoother.
For the clamping stud mount for “U” models: 5498U, 0097U, 5587U, 6804U
The above “P” instructions and these notes :
No need to over-tighten the stud clamping mount.
It only has to be tight enough to resist the wind. This is the clamping nut style which will allow the mirror to twist in the event of a fall or collision, saving a broken mirror.