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Not a problem , i can send it to you.
:eek: thanks for the offer :) seriously considering it... (although seems like they have changed in 2019 to ship to Australia?? :) )

they say glass is 88x120.. which is much bigger than 60x110.. about about AUD$170 hmmmm
unfortunately doesn't look as cool as the smaller ones.. but my small ones annoy me with small area of view...hard to choose :p
 

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I worried about fitting smaller mirrors, because I do a lot of riding in traffic.

But these are fine. They protrude a little beyond the bar ends (which does make the bike a few cm wider), and your elbows don't take up any of your field of view. They've required little if any adjustment.
 

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i do agree. the placement and width (and non-elbows) are fine.. i just find myself wishing there was a bit more glass area from time to time :)
 

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:eek: thanks for the offer :) seriously considering it... (although seems like they have changed in 2019 to ship to Australia?? :) )

they say glass is 88x120.. which is much bigger than 60x110.. about about AUD$170 hmmmm
unfortunately doesn't look as cool as the smaller ones.. but my small ones annoy me with small area of view...hard to choose :p
Can't see the point in having rear-view mirrors that don't do a good job.---:confused:
 

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At first, I used these smaller mirrors.
But they were too small for me, so it was hard to see anything.

Then I installed them and I am totally satisfied with them. High quality!
 

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Not really an aftermarket accessory though the matte black vinyl wrap is I suppose. 1st time vinyl wrapping, what a pain in the ass doing the headlight surround. Looks much better IMO, still not sure about the radiator cowls though :confused

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