Where I ride, side mirrors would get hit by brush ALOT! Do those of you that have them find this to be a problem? I would anticipate that they would frequently need to be re-adjusted. I would love to have them but I am doubtful that they would offer much utility if they are pointed in the wrong direction.
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
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
I have a 2017 viking with the original 25x8-12 tires on the front and 25x10-12 tires on the back. I just installed a 1 1/2 inch lift kit on it just to give me a little more clearance when i'm hunting. I want to buy a new set of tire and rims that won't break the bank. I'm thinking going to 27...
Seen this type of question on the can-am site im n, figured i would ask here, and we all could tell what we did with our Vikings daily.
For me today, nothing.. but yesterday, my sister and brotherinlaw came over with my 2 nieces, 3 & 7 year olds. Brotherinlaw and sister wanted to go ride, so...
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