Re: [DML] Mirror modifications
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Re: [DML] Mirror modifications



These are quite easy to buy over here and I have one on both sides, 
though mine are the little rectangular ones. Excellent aid on the 
motorway, being left-hand drive and not having brilliant three-quarter 
vision anyway, especially at night

Mirror glue?! Erk. The little sticky pads are easy to buy here too. 
They're -meant- to fall off if you hit them, to prevent the windscreen 
breaking.

Martin
UK

John Rydholm wrote:

>Hello all :)
>When I first purchased my D, it came with a convex mirror glued to the 
>driver's side rear view mirror. It's about the size of a small drink 
>coaster. I'm pretty sure this wasn't stock, but it helps immensely due 
>to the DeLorean's low height, and with blind spots. Anyone else tried 
>something like this? Also, my internal rear view mirror's spring broke 
>inside it and I had to jam it in daylight position so I can view out 
>the back louvers properly. Is there any way to fix that or does one 
>have to get a new mirror? I just re-glued it back on with DMC's mirror 
>glue. (had to be scraped off with a razor! *squeeeeak-shudder*)
>Johnny
>#10715
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