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Old 11-19-2014, 02:16 PM   #1
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To all those out there that are clumsy as I, I have some info.
Hooked my left hand hand mirror and did not do it any good!
In checking around, I have come p with a part number for the convex portion which is a lot cheaper than purchasing the whole mirror.
My mirror says [on the outside bottom of the case[ it is a Velvac mirror.
Going to their website I did not find out what I wanted to know, however in further investigating, the part number that you may want if this happens to you is 709589.
Go to the VelvacRV web sited and they supply you with specific directions on how to change it out.
Hope this helps anyone in need f this info.
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Old 11-19-2014, 02:20 PM   #2
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To all those out there that are clumsy as I, I have some info.
Hooked my left hand hand mirror and did not do it any good!
In checking around, I have come p with a part number for the convex portion which is a lot cheaper than purchasing the whole mirror.
My mirror says [on the outside bottom of the case[ it is a Velvac mirror.
Going to their website I did not find out what I wanted to know, however in further investigating, the part number that you may want if this happens to you is 709589.
Go to the VelvacRV web sited and they supply you with specific directions on how to change it out.
Hope this helps anyone in need f this info.
WndWes
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Old 11-19-2014, 07:05 PM   #3
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Velvac has great customer service. I broke off my passenger side mirror driving through a narrow toll booth in Florida. Went to there website, found the info on my mirror, called them and their rep confirmed what I needed, and took my order. The expedited the shipping and I had it in 2 days and I was back on the Road. Hard to drive a 40' without mirrors.
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If it's only the glass mirror that's broken, any decent glass shop can cut and mount a new mirror to the plastic frame. I've had flat and convex mirrors replaced on truck or van mirrors. (Hail) Pretty cheap, as I recall.
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