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For those of you that have issues with mirrors, one thing I always install are blind spot mirrors. Took me awhile to find the right ones at the right size for our mirrors: (1.5")

ICU Applications | Round Wide Angle Convex Safety Mirrors

These are perfect size, cheap and include USPS shipping.
I had them in 2-3 days.



By the way...THIS is the PROPER location for a blind spot mirror. I dont know why people put them on the upper left or lower right.

This made a world of difference and it also eliminated the blind spots, not that I still wont turn my head a look but it really helped and was dirt cheap.

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I just couldnt find the TINY ones anywhere. I didnt check bike shops but all the auto parts places and found these online for $6.99 with shipping and no tax, they were here in no time. I just wish they had a black plastic outline but I gave up trying to find that kind.

By the way, if anyone ever needs to remove these, just use a thin piece of tooth floss and saw it back and forth behind the mirror. They fall right off and then use an appropriate cleaner to get the residual glue off.

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By the way, if anyone ever needs to remove these, just use a thin piece of tooth floss and saw it back and forth behind the mirror. They fall right off and then use an appropriate cleaner to get the residual glue off.

-Hanadarko
I'm a retired dentist... I just knew people must be using that dental floss for something!
 

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And if you talk to most Boy Scouts you'll find that they use Dental Floss for sewing repairs of camping equipment... stronger than thread and water proof for tents.
I even repaired a seam on my tent with the stuff and keep a box of it with my camping kit :D
 

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And if you talk to most Boy Scouts you'll find that they use Dental Floss for sewing repairs of camping equipment... stronger than thread and water proof for tents.
I even repaired a seam on my tent with the stuff and keep a box of it with my camping kit :D
Who knew there could be so many uses for such a useless product!?

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