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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-27-2001, 11:45 PM
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Mirror Relocation Brackets for TJ

How do I remove the factory bolts....?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-28-2001, 08:03 AM
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Re: Mirror Relocation Brackets for TJ

On the door or windshield? Just take a torx socket on a rachet and be very careful not to strip them out. We found the passenger's side useles, the windshield upright post was right in the way of the mirror.

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Re: Mirror Relocation Brackets for TJ

like JEEPN said
also, it is good idea to cut the paint in the crack between bolt head and hinge with an x-acto knife to avoid peeling/chipping when the bolts are taken loose. fill the holes left in the door hinge with silicone to prevent rust. use colored or use siliconized acrylic and paint to match.
I was able to get some view from the passenger side by rotating the arm back and tilting the top of the mirror out looks goofy and people would want to straighten it out but I could see... doors off, full view - soft doors on, about the same view you can get from a CJ passenger side mirror (never had hard doors so don't know)
check the pic, you can kinda see the pass mirror

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