Lefthand side mirror metal bracket - Who's got one?





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    Question Lefthand side mirror metal bracket - Who's got one?

    I had an unfortunate incident with my left swing-open gate vs my side mirror in which the side mirror came off second best. So I took it apart today to see if I could fix it, but it seems that the internal metal frame (looks like cast allow of some sort) actually has one of it's screw sockets broken off.

    Terrano II 2000 model (but it seems the mirror the same for 1992-2006)

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    So if anybody has a broken mirror of which the triangular metal bracket is still unbroken, I'd gladly take it off your hands.

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    Default Re: Lefthand side mirror metal bracket - Who's got one?

    I reverted to good old pratley quickset clear and it withstood the worst "sinkplaat" road I have ever driven over last weekend: the road between Ceres and Middelpos. So far so good.

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    Default Re: Lefthand side mirror metal bracket - Who's got one?

    Jip, did the same pratleys remedy on my daughters Polo. You won't see the difference!



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    Default Re: Lefthand side mirror metal bracket - Who's got one?

    Glad te hear pratley works so well. I dread the day I break one of mine on the Sani. I have just resigned myself to the fact that I will have to fall back to old non electric replacements. Maybe even those truck type mirrors if I really have to.
    David/Hillbilly - 1997 SFA Nissan Sani 2,7 TD - 5" lift on 33" tires - Dual Transfer with 4.1 gears

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