I have those on my Raider and love them. With the Raider you can bolt from the bottom and lose the metric adapter. The Stryker doesn't allow that.MY said:I do like to have my own orginal looking bike with no copy cats, but I'll tell you that I put on a pair of Kuryakyn Scythe mirrors. Buy the yamaha adapter for them and they fit great. I've had no vibration problems with them. They are tear drop in shape, so your vision is not as good as you get with the originals. Not cheap however, cost me with shipping and tax $180. But I do live in Canada. :-X
and they look badass!! ;Dstrykerliker said:I put Arlen Ness chrom Teardrop mirrors on this past weekend.
I used the stock locknuts to hide the stud - looks great.
I like the fact that the mirrors use that image reducing glas - whatever it's called. The kind of mirror where it says objects are smaller than they appear. It makes it easier to see whats behind you than the standard glass.
I got a foot peg like that, but I got over it. But on a mirror, I would have to have it replaced.strykerliker said:The only thing is that the left mirror - I can't seem to clean it! It has like a smudge on the glass that won't come off. it doesn't look like a scratch - it just looks like oil got on it and gor smeared around. I've use a micro fiber cloth and couple of different glass cleaners, but the smudge stays on there. It's driving me nuts. I might have to return it for another one.
11, I bought some Arlen Ness mirrors today and could not figure out why it wouldnt go on (right mirror) so I researched the forum and here we are. Still have that extra piece???11stryker said:I went with the Arlen Ness RadIII. Does not come with 2nd left hand thread nut for right mirror. I found some on ebay for a Weedeater. I have extras if anyone needs one. I tighten top nut to mirror and lower nut to base. No more Mirrors getting loose and vibrating.