The only problem I have with the right side mirror, and even the left side,
is when some lard ass hits it, waddling past the car.
Once they are set, they work fine, but those wide butts knock them out of
place pretty easily.
I guess that is one of the curses of driving a car that sits so close to the
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 3:28 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> The best place I have seen the mirrors is on the triangle at the bottom
> front corner of the wind wing and door seam. The wind wing still operates
> and you can see them fine.
> The drivers mirror on the wing works great. The one on the opposite side
> is hard to see so does not work well for me. I have heard others say they
> had the same problem with the same wing mirror too. But Jim is correct. They
> were considered cool and the car dealers put them on for a few extra $$$
> NH - Mirror Law
> I went to the DMV site and could not find one. Can you tell me the code
> Jim Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Many years ago (1960s) I belonged to a group in England that rallied
> cars. One was midget that I never drove, but all of our cars used bullet
> mirrors mounted about half way down the front wings and on the top of them.
> That's where you get optimal vision. They looked kinda cool back then....
> As to legality, tell them the car came stock that way. I'll bet there isn't
> a soul at the inspection station or a single cop who is old enough to know
> Jim - 68 Spridget in Dodge City
> On 5/14/08, Mark A. O'Neil wrote:
> > On May 14, 2008, at 8:19 AM, Brad Fornal wrote:
> > > Where do you live, that fender mirrors are illegal??
> > NH - and I am not sure at this point what is legal or not here - my
> > experience in other states is that they can be particular to what is
> > acceptable or not if it was not a 'stock' option: eg: tail light
> > modifications, headlamp grills, relocating mirrors, bumper mods,
> > steering wheel sizes, etc.
> Jim - 68 "Spridget" in Dodge City
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