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Old 09-27-2017, 08:56 PM   #1
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I met a bridge and knocked off the passenger side mirror on 22008 Seabreeze.

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I guess I didn't put the information in the right window. I wonder if anyone else has had any luck finding a replacement?
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Old 09-27-2017, 10:16 PM   #3
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Velvac was the manufacture, below is a link, click on the order online for a drill down menu.


https://www.velvac.com/where-buy/order-rv-mirrors
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Let us know how much it costs. You may want to contact your insurance company.
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Old 09-28-2017, 06:11 AM   #5
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I thank you for the information! I ordered it total was 386 with freight. I sure use this website a lot to find information about my seabreeze as the company is gone,but the rv is great. Just need to learn how to drive on bridges!
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Parked at home after 5300 mile trip sans mirror!
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I thank you for the information! I ordered it total was 386 with freight. I sure use this website a lot to find information about my seabreeze as the company is gone,but the rv is great. Just need to learn how to drive on bridges!
Driving tip...

On last 2 MHs I have added 2 red dots on the windshield

When seated in driver seat one marks driver side lane marking on road
Other marks pass side lane marking

I find them very handy especially when in narrow situations like construction w/ concrete barriers, etc.
Lets you keep eyes ahead w/o need to look in rear camera or mirrors to check lane alignment.

I have seen videos on how to do similar set-up w/ dots on side mirrors for backing but haven't gotten around to doing that yet.

It takes a little trial & error to find exactly the right spot...lined parking lot w/ helper outside moving finger L - R & holding at right spot while driver places a dot can help...or I've placed something on the dash inside where I think it should be and moving it until I get it right - then making it "permanent" w/ a dot on windshield...and by dot I really mean DOT - maybe 1" dia stick on label

BTW - I had to replace driver side mirror this spring - similar situation except it was an 18 wheeler than came over into my lane in a construction lane shift and took mine out - $3,500 bill as he did fiberglas panel damage that needed replacement & 4 color paint to match. I got Screwed by trucking co and had to have my insurance cover it but that's a long story.
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Thanks I will try that! My reason for crowding the right side was a semi truck as well taking more than his half of the road!
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Just out of curiosity, which bridge?
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The old bridge over the Land between the Lakes in Kentucky highway 69 I think
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Old 10-05-2017, 09:09 AM   #12
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Replace Mirror

I have had good luck getting "spare Parts" from:


https://colawrvsalvage.com/


I got the wooden drink holder that attaches to the dog house. was a little ruff around the edges, but, I sanded it down. Re-stained it same color. And no looks great.

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p.s. I actually called them. The phone number is on the website. He went out into the yard and came back and told me what it was and how much to send.
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Old 10-07-2017, 06:53 AM   #13
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try pacificrvmirrors.com same velvac mirrors cheaper than direct from velvac.
bought passenger side unit, meet temporay road const.sign. insurance would cover only if tree fell and knocked it off. Not while driving go figure.
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For other Sea Breeze owners - when we bought our '98 Sea Breeze 1310, the passenger side mirror was missing altogether and the driver's side wobbles freely, making it totally worthless. Because this is a renovation project and there are (for now) other projects far more critical than replacing ridiculously expensive OEM mirrors, we bought a pair of Ramco 9000s for well under $300 including shipping. We removed the signal lights/wiring to make them a 5-minute install. They work great - and really look fantastic. Personally, I don't like the mirrors hanging from the top. They look a little too "bus like" to me. These give the vehicle a bit more modern look - which is what we're going for with the renovation. Perhaps others with Sea Breeze RVs may find this info useful.
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