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Old 07-20-2014, 05:10 AM   #1
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New mirror question

I have a 2000 national tropical class a. I broke off the passenger side mirror shattering the mirrors at the same time, breaking or at the knuckle (not breaking the arm. I was wondering where I could go to buy a new mirror. I found one site, velvacrv, but they did not have my year, and it would define let help if anyone had the product number that I could do a search with. Thanks all!

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If you can't identify your mirror on the web site, maybe posting a picture will get you a makers name.


EDIT: I see the web site is under redevelopment, but there is a file for mirror identification.

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Old 07-21-2014, 10:29 AM   #4
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Your mirrors should be Valvac since that is what National used. Valvac may not show them because National installed them inverted. If you don't see them on the Valvac web site give them a call. This is the style my Dolphin has with the top hat mirror only it is installed inverted. Item Number 716208, V-max LEM 2025 Base On Velvac, Inc. Here is a drawing of the mirror without the top hat ours use the 2025 arm mount inverted. They use to show the National mirrors on the web site but don't now. You just need to call them.

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