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Looks pretty cool.:bigthumb:
 

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Not those would look cool on each FJ mirror... :cowsmile:
 

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Check out Multivex mirrors. They are the exact same size as the OEM mirrors and can be attached with double face tape. I replaced the OEM mirrors(just the glass) with the multivex mirrors using epoxy glue. They fit right into the plastic frame of the OEM glass and looks stock except for the convex effect.
 

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I just installed a 2" of the driver's side and a 3" on the passenger side, then angled both mirrors further out. Its set right now that if I can't see from the rear view mirror, it will lead into either the left or right. On the circular mirrors I can quickly check to see if anyone is alongside me. The only time a vehicle is not in a mirror is when I can see them straight through a window while looking at a mirror.

Considering I'm in Houston traffic and I'm anal about visibility, this solution works extremely well for the FJC. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Chris
 

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Check out Multivex mirrors. They are the exact same size as the OEM mirrors and can be attached with double face tape. I replaced the OEM mirrors(just the glass) with the multivex mirrors using epoxy glue. They fit right into the plastic frame of the OEM glass and looks stock except for the convex effect.
Very cool! I'll keep those in mind. Right now I'm using two 2" Bell mirrors from WalMart. They seem cheaply made, but then again they were only like $5. They've been doing the trick for the last month though.
 
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