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Old 07-15-2016, 09:46 PM   #1
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How to locate mirrors

I used to drive a school bus and we had mirrors on the front fenders that showed where the front bumper was. I've seen similar things on big rigs. We'd like to put some on our Adventurer. What search term should I use (my ideas aren't getting the right kind of mirror)? We tried camping world but they suggested o'reilleys. Ideas?

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There are a variety of places that sell mirror and mirror assemblies from the major bus mirror manufactures such as Rosco, Hadley, Velvac, etc. If you go to each of those websites, they should give a list of dealers that sell their products or places you can order online.

However, if you are trying to get a good view of the front bumper, there may be other less expensive and simpler ways of doing it. I drove transit buses and the agency used a simple 3-5" convex mirror mounted on or near the A-pillar, either outside or inside depending on the bus, in order for the driver to view the bike rack position.

I wonder if mounting such a simple mirror in a motorhome would accomplish what you're after?
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