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    in-pro mirrors

    ordered some in pro mirrors which arrived today.they look really good quality.and only took five days to get here from germany.im going to fit them at the weekend ant tips on fitting them would be appreciated.its only a couple of screws ive been told.
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    got them on mine, fairly easy to fit. seem good quality and look good!

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    how long did it take to fit them and what tools needed
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    Quote Originally Posted by mad max
    how long did it take to fit them and what tools needed
    10 minute job MAX per side, remove the wingwirror glass first(don't forget to unclip the heater wires) and all is clear! 2 maybe 3 screws and they just lift off IIRC.



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    mite be different on an a4 but i undid the 2 screws underneath the mirror which were a bit awkward to get out(rusty+close to the door) then popped the glass out and pulled the casing off. didnt disconect the wires, just fed the glass through the casing. they fitted as well as the originals too!

 

 

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