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Old 09-25-2008, 01:11 AM   #1
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I am going to add some extra turn signal lights to the mirror housings. I need to know how to remove the glass so I can run some wires. Can anyone tell me how to remove the glass?
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I am going to add some extra turn signal lights to the mirror housings. I need to know how to remove the glass so I can run some wires. Can anyone tell me how to remove the glass?
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Old 09-25-2008, 05:55 AM   #3
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Lee,

I am thinking that you have Velvac mirrors like most coaches. If so, this is something I have been thinking about since another model of my mirrors comes with extra turn signals below on the post.

There is a removable cover that goes over the mounting hole BUT I am not sure if it has the threaded mounts installed. I would contact Velvac to be sure you can add these after the fact.

http://www.velvac.com/

http://velvac.thomasnet.com/category/rors-mirror-system...l-specialty-vehicle?

Look under the "Contact Us" button for numbers and email addresses and let us know what you find out.
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Old 09-25-2008, 07:44 AM   #4
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There's a black plastic clip at the top of the glass. You have to pop the clip up and off and the glass part slides out. I ordered the glass part from velvac because the heating element quit on mine, they include a new plastic clip because they say you may not be able to reuse it because it's easy to break or deform it. However, I was able to reuse mine.
I don't need to get mine off now but since I reinstalled mine, the allen bolt (3/16 wrench) is totaly frozen in. I broke 3 allen wrenches trying to loosen it. Be careful with it , but if you can get your loose, it might be a good idea to put some antiseize on it.
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