Cipa Deluxe Handlebar Mirror

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Cipa Deluxe Handlebar Mirror -
Just fit this easy-to-install mirror into the end of the handlebars on your ATV, snowmobile or motorcycle and you're ready to hit the road or trails. Universal design fits left- or right-side. Fully adjustable for any viewing position.
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Cipa Deluxe Handlebar Mirror Reviews:



It is high quality construction, very sturdy, very well designed. Once you mount it on your ATV you will find it vibration free, so that you get a good solid view of what is behind you when you're on the trail. Also the position of the "arm" of the mirror is fully adjustable and the position of the mirror itself is adjustable, allowing for ideal positioning on any ATV setup. I installed this "CIPA-USA" "Bar-End ATV Mirror" which I bought from Cabela on my 2009 Yamaha Grizzly 700 ATV. My first test ride was 20 miles long in the Colorado Rockies, over ruts, rocks and snow; a really tough test for this mirror with lots of bouncing, bumps, etc. It stayed mounted solid as a rock, gives a wide field of view behind and allows lots of adjustment flexibility. The picture is vibration free, amazingly so ! I have a rather large storage bag on the rear of my ATV and the location of this mirror, on the end of your handlebar, is such that you still get an unobstructed view of the trail to your rear. The mounting mechanics of this mirror are simple.
At the mounting end of the mirror assembly is a round metal "plug" that is 5/8 inch in diameter and about 3/4 inch in length. To mount the mirror you remove the rubber grip from the end of your handle bar and insert the mirror's "plug" into the exposed hollow end of the handle bar. Once that is done you expand the "plug" within the handle bar by turning a "hex screw" on the mirror's base end, using the hex screw allen wrench that is included with this mirror. That's all there is to installation in concept and it does result in a very solid attachment so long as you tighten that hex screw well. Now, for a few more details which will be helpful to you.
First, to easily remove the rubber grip from the handle bar, insert a thin screwdriver between the grip and the handle bar and then spray silicone spray between the grip and the handle bar, using the thin spray tube supplied with the silicone spray. The grip should then pull off easily, using a twisting motion. You'll need to cut a 5/8 inch diameter hole in the end of the rubber grip so the mirror can mount through that hole. This hole size is NOT critical to a good installation.
Finally, Yamaha inserts a metal plug into the end of their handle bars. I at first thought this was simply a sheet metal plug that might be popped out but that was not the case. The plug is made of solid steel and is at least an inch long, maybe longer. It prevents your from inserting the mirror's "plug" far enough into the handle bar to mount the mirror. I solved this problem by taking a drill bit that was exactly 5/8 inch in diameter and drilling out that Yamaha plug to a depth that allowed the mirror's own expandable plug to be fully seated in the end of the handle bar. You don't have to drill quite as far as you might expect since the thickness of the rubber handle bar grip will use up about 1/8 inch of the mirror plug length. The amount of drilling you can expect is between 1/2" and 5/8". You may want to ask your local machine shop to do this drilling job for you (which is exactly what I did - a 15 minute job for them). ATVs other than the Yamaha Grizzly likely will have a hollow ended handle bar, in which event mounting this mirror will be about a 10 minute job that you can do yourself. Pull off your handle bar grip and see if you have a hollow handle bar or one that's plugged. In either event I highly recommend you order this specific mirror ; you won't be sorry once you use this mirror. IN MY OPINION IT IS WORTH THE EFFORT - So much so that I have recently ordered a second mirror, to mount on my wife's Yamaha Grizzly. HAVE FUN - RIDE SAFE !
CoverhillColorado at Cabelas on 10/02/2013

Deluxe Handlebar Mirror

Riding my Polaris 550 with a buddy on a number of occasions in the North Idaho mountains it was imperative that I had a mirror to know where my partner was. I had purchased 2 other mirrors, neither of which met my needs. The deluxe mirror can be positioned either horizontally or vertically. It provided just the right viewing area and looks good on the machine. Not too big, not too small. This is my second deluxe mirror on a new machine.
Condor24 at Cabelas on 10/31/2012

Good purchase.

This mirror is a very good looking addition to my ATVs. The large size and shape makes spotting traffic approaching from behind very easy and fast. With fast spotting little time away from the road makes riding safer.
angler10000 at Cabelas on 11/19/2012

Deluxe Handlebar Mirror

Great mirror...even though there were no instructions it was pretty easy to install.
JohVic at Cabelas on 08/08/2012