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I bought mine from demon cycles and I absolutely love mine...I can see fine..
 

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this thread is useless without pics
 

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Come on Guy replace your bike pic with your current ride it"s cool we still like you...LOL........:D
I will..... when I get a good pic. lol
 

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Here is a pic with my Demon Cycle mirrors. Took a while to get them positioned just right.
 

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they look great. Why are they useless? Bad field of view or too much vibration?
 

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mirrors

I'm in the same boat. great looking aftermarket mirrors but worthless to see behind you. They are the drag specialties with a twisted stem. I'm 6'3. How tall are you? Mine seem to be maxed out on all the tilt the mirror can have. But I love the way they look.
 

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Thought about it for just a quick second and then my bud and I went out riding and he had adjusted his for his mirrors and accidentally turning right to get out of the garage to go for the ride chipped the paint, dented the tank and I'm terrified to even risk it. I told him that this gave him an excuse for some custom paint work on the vtx 1800... he wasn't laughing!
 

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I'm not sure if it will work for your mirrors or not but xoprodox has mix and match mirrors and stems.... Would it be possible to get some taller stems and still be able to use your mirrors? I'm thinking that would bring them up high enough for you tall guys to see out of but still keep the sweet look of your mirrors.
 

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Thought about it for just a quick second and then my bud and I went out riding and he had adjusted his for his mirrors and accidentally turning right to get out of the garage to go for the ride chipped the paint, dented the tank and I'm terrified to even risk it. I told him that this gave him an excuse for some custom paint work on the vtx 1800... he wasn't laughing!
You could loosen it and adjust accordingly. Before you tighten it turn the wheel all the way in each direction to prevent that from happening. If it's touching, just move it back a bit
 

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I'll give them a try. I just installed all my xoprodox grips and pegs. Its a shame the passenger pegs won't stay upright when not in use. Then they hit the fender when flipping them up just to see if they will stay. Maybe a little more research before the c&c machines were started would've been nice.
 

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I'll give them a try. I just installed all my xoprodox grips and pegs. Its a shame the passenger pegs won't stay upright when not in use. Then they hit the fender when flipping them up just to see if they will stay. Maybe a little more research before the c&c machines were started would've been nice.
I have another idea... What if you installed some little rubber o-rings or rubber washers on the pin that goes through the pegs? It might stiffen them up a little bit and be just enough for them to stay up yet still be able to pivot down when you want them to.
 
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