Longacre 3-3/4" Spot Mirror with Bolt On Bracket

Longacre 3-3/4" Spot Mirror with Bolt On Bracket

Longacre Racing 3-3/4" Spot Mirror with bracket for roll bar - Mounts on driver's side or passenger's side - Adjusts easily - Bolts in place solidly Today's race cars are harder to see out of than ever. Head and neck restraints limit head movement and the new seats make for big blind spots. Longacre has created a new spot mirror designed to get back the lost field of... » Read More

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  • Longacre 3 3/4" Spot Mirror with 1 3/4 Bolt on Bracket
  • LAR-22548
  • $44.95 $39.55
  • Longacre 3-3/4" Replacement Spot Mirror- No Bracket
  • LAR-22550
  • $24.95 $22.45
  • Longacre 3 3/4" Spot Mirror with 1 1/2 Bolt on Bracket
  • LAR-22549
  • $44.95 $39.55
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Longacre Racing 3-3/4" Spot Mirror with bracket for roll bar
- Mounts on driver's side or passenger's side
- Adjusts easily
- Bolts in place solidly

Today's race cars are harder to see out of than ever. Head and neck restraints limit head movement and the new seats make for big blind spots. Longacre has created a new spot mirror designed to get back the lost field of vision. The new mirror locks into place insuring vibration will not affect the adjustment. The clamp on design makes for a simple installation on the driver or passenger side and the mirror picks up a wide area. Drivers can use the mirrors to make sure they are really "clear" before chopping into a corner making for less on track contact and another improvement in driver safety.

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Longacre mirrors
Nov 26, 2016  |  By Alex Watts
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I previously used door mounted mirrors and half way trough a race, they would be off adjustment. The Longacre roll bar mirrors are much better. Once I had them adjusted to my driving position and tightened them they have never vibrated out of position during 4 days of practice, qualifying, and racking. They are inside the bodywork and don't get bumped when working on the car. Reasonably priced and well made.

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