Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Kit Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
When you're blazing new trails out in the badlands, you don't want your rock-spotting vision blocked by a full steel door. But, ditching your doors means losing your side view mirrors, unless you upgrade with the Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Kit. This ingenious kit adds new mirrors along the side of your windshield, so you can leave your doors at home and still have total visibility.
Never one-size-fits-all, the Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Kit is fully custom designed for a perfect fit on your 4x4. The brackets marry up to pre-drilled holes on your windshield's pillar, so they bolt into place with no modification needed. And, your new mirrors are completely adjustable, so you can fine-tune the angle for the best possible view.
As durable as a Dana rear end, your Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Kit is built from sturdy steel. It comes in your choice of a stainless finish or a midnight black powder coating to match your existing trim, and it's backed by a 3-year warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michael N (Berlin Heights, OH) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 07, 2012 4:19 AM
Pros: Easy to install Good quality Cons: The mirrors are a bit small and take some getting used to after using your stock mirrors The mirrors whistle a little while going down the road
Reviewed by anne w (Woodbridge, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Wrangler — Jun 15, 2012 6:26 AM
In VA you have to have at least one mirror on the drivers side when taking doors off the Jeeps but I am not comfortable with that so I got two of these, one for each side- They are very easy to install, but, they will not stay in place while driving. I read other reviews about them doing this, but thought it wouldn't be that bad... it is. All it takes is a bump, or wind created at speeds 50mph and above to knock off the perfectly placed view you have set up. I have to have them though, so I guess I have to keep them, but, they are actually quite annoying; and this morning was the first time I have been on the highway with them... sad
Reviewed by William S (Gallipolis Ferry, WV) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 21, 2012 11:32 AM
The mirrors are very loose no matter how much you tighten them. As a result, you can't keep the mirrors in the same place. Also, the chrome finish is already getting rust spots on it and I have had them less than a month.
Reviewed by brian g (Egg Harbor Township, NJ) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler — Feb 19, 2012 1:18 PM
I just wish that the bushings fit more secure into the brackets to be tightened up a little more securely. I had to use the plastic washers that came packaged with the 5/16 bolts for the jeep body to make up for the 1/4 inch empty space between, don`t know if that is what they are to be used for. I also wish the passenger side mirror was concave or something to give more visibility. Other than that I like them, look cool!