Living in a state (WA) that requires mirrors for both left and right sides, I was apprehensive about spending the funds for these mounts and looked at other affordable mounting options. None of them quite fit the bill to my liking. So, I pulled the trigger and bought two. I'm glad I did. Install was easy and construction flawless.
CRG Internal Bar End Mirror Adapter
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- The internal bar end mirror adapter makes is possible to mount the CRG Blindsight or Hindsight mirror to your motorcycle's handle bars.
- CRG constructed the internal adapter out of CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum for extreme durability.
- Installing the bar end internal adaptors can be done on virtually any handle bar with the supplied shims from CRG that make it possible to install on handle bars with inside diameter of 12 mm - 19 MM.
- Note: the CRG internal bar end mirror adapter is sold individually.
They work great with mirrors
If you're buying the bar mirrors I would recommend buying these along with it, it makes putting the mirrors on your bike a lot easier.
These really give the mirrors a clean look and a really good mount on the bike. They were easy to install 5 min or less just start the screw a little and hold all the pieces on with one hand and slide it in the end of your handle bar and tighten very simple. Worth the money.
easy to install
these things really clean up the end of your bars with the addition of the mirrors. i thought about mounting my blindsights directly to the bar but decided against it after i saw these on a couple of bikes. like the other review says, installation can be tricky...but if you stick a little piece of tape on the outside cylinders to keep them together you'll have the adapter and mirror mounted in about 5 minutes. i definitely recommend these to anyone who is getting bar-end mirrors.
The adapters work great. They go in in a couple of minutes and provide a stable support for the bar end mirrors. The bar end mirrors really add to the looks of the bike.
This adapter secures my bar and mirrors to my SV just fine. But I had never tried to install something like this before, and was confused for about 30 minutes until I understood the design. You see, there are four components that fit around the part of the adapter that slides inside the handlebar. These components fit loosely and would fall off or get out of alignment while I installed them. This was frustrating at first--Why don't these pieces attach to the adapter somehow? This is why: After placing the pieces around the adapter, you carefully slide that part of the adapter into the handlebar. Then you turn the screw at the outside end of the adapter, which pushes those four pieces against the interior of the bar and thus secures the adapter.