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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-01-2016, 11:01 AM
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I got the Seizmik but one of them broke before it even got hit with brush. However they have a lifetime warranty


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hmmm didnt pay any attention to the warranty part, I will have to check that out.....I think thats the mirrors i have, got them from SuperATV around $50 or so. Mine were fine until a metal T post took the passenger side mirror off there may have been a good bit of Busch Light involved that night

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Seizmik side mirrors here.


Yea, they do fold in when in tight brush, but it's not a big deal to push 'em back out. I'd rather have them do that than break..

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I mounted my Seizmik mirrors inside the cab for 3 reasons:

- I wanted to have my cake and eat it too. I had to choose between my Seizmik doors or mirrors as one interferes with the other unless mounted inside
- No worries about branches and adjustment getting issues from impacts
- Less wind resistance



Seizmik has great customer service btw.
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I just received my Seizmik from Amazon. Price was right and I'm happy with the quality and look. I'm not sure if they are in their final position but with some seat time I'm sure to get it sorted out.
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I mounted my Seizmik mirrors inside the cab for 3 reasons:

- I wanted to have my cake and eat it too. I had to choose between my Seizmik doors or mirrors as one interferes with the other unless mounted inside

Seizmik has great customer service btw.


Just thought I would point out, the Seizmik doors have a spot to mount their mirrors on the outside.


Also, I agree, their service is great.
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Mr Skrillz makes a good point. You can get a relay pigtail, backup lights and a backup camera for less than mirrors on Amazon and it is awesome.

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Do you have any photos of the set up?
What is needed to do the set up and where can you purchase the equipment?


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Do you have any photos of the set up?
What is needed to do the set up and where can you purchase the equipment?


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Ready?

Bought a cheapo back up camera on Amazon (Pyle Cam-7" Monitor). Mounted the camera to the back of the roof.



You will need a mount to hold the screen where the rearview mirror would be. I ordered the Ram Mount X-Grip.



It's a low volt deal. Just find a power source and follow the instructions that come with the camera.

Impressive, yes?

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^^^^^Noice! Good to see this install wasn't dodgy!!!

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Ready?

Bought a cheapo back up camera on Amazon (Pyle Cam-7" Monitor). Mounted the camera to the back of the roof.



You will need a mount to hold the screen where the rearview mirror would be. I ordered the Ram Mount X-Grip.



It's a low volt deal. Just find a power source and follow the instructions that come with the camera.

Impressive, yes?

Does it come on automatically in reverse?

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Does it come on automatically in reverse?

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No. I bypassed the reverse wiring rules. I can't remember what I did, but it wasn't difficult.
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