Cabela's Seizmik Utv Side Mirror

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Seizmik Utv Side Mirror -
Folding, high-impact plastic frame features a shatter-resistant, wide-angle convex mirror. Ball joint for easy positioning. Metal mounting clamps fit 1-3/4" tubes. Folding design prevents breakage from branches or other objects. Per pair.
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Cabela's Seizmik Utv Side Mirror Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Seizmik UTV Side Mirror

Clamped on roll cage solid. Look like OEM equipment. Mule 610 tops out at 25 miles per hour and the mirrors don’t vibrate or fold in. BUT (took off a star) it does take too much effort to fold the mirrors in. You barely bump against them and they fold, great if you’re flying thru a woods bouncing off branches but a pain when you accidently brush against them getting when getting on or off the Mule.
RLoucks at Cabelas on 12/06/2012

Great Mirror's

These mirrors work great on my '09 Ranger. I had to mount them as low as possible on the cab tubing to get the best viewing to the rear & I added a 2" x 3" piece of sheet rubber 1/8" thick between the tubing and the mirror brackets to help hold the mirrors steady. Once mounted this way they work great.
texrancher at Cabelas on 06/26/2013

Negative Reviews:

Poor Mirrors in my case

I have a 2013 Ranger. I bought the mirrors based on the information that they would swivel as shown on the picture above. I don't know if my Ranger rollbar is on more of an angle than shown above which I don't think is the case, but my mirrors will not rotate up far enough so that they are square to the edge of the Ranger. When they are rotated up as far as possible, they still face downward toward the back tire and not to the rear of the Ranger. This is especially true of the one on the passenger side. Would not recommend.
JohnDoe14 at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

RTV mirrors

Like the mirrors, but had to make mounting brackets so I could see more than the rear wheels. Once I got the mirrors tipped up I can adjust them to see behind me. If the mounting brackets were made better I would tell everyone to buy them. Brian
Anonymous at Cabelas on 03/12/2013