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Old 06-29-2010, 02:32 PM   #1
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Question New & need a mirror

I'm new to this site. My wife and I frequently travel around Florida and the country each year.

Our last trip we lost our outside, right side, review mirror; it just popped off going down I-75.

Does anyone know of a National RV parts on-line distributer?
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I did a Bing search --- National rv Mirrors. This is what I got. A lot depends on the year of your coach. Hope this aims you in the right direction
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the link didn't copy it is Velvac Photos
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It's not a National RV part - the miros come from component suppliers. Most NRV coaches used mirrors from Velvac and they are available direct from Velvac online. Older ones may have used Ramco mirrors.
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It would help to know what year and model you have.
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I did a Bing search --- National rv Mirrors. This is what I got. A lot depends on the year of your coach. Hope this aims you in the right direction
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It's not a National RV part - the miros come from component suppliers. Most NRV coaches used mirrors from Velvac and they are available direct from Velvac online. Older ones may have used Ramco mirrors.
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-Question: Did you loose just the glass or the entire mirror assembly?

Glass can be replaced by any automotive glass shop. Way cheaper than a new mirror assembly.
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-Question: Did you loose just the glass or the entire mirror assembly?

Glass can be replaced by any automotive glass shop. Way cheaper than a new mirror assembly.

ok, thanks, I have it on order, thanks to the help I received!
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That is sooo funny! Why?

Because I lost my left one on I-75 too!

It just dropped after going over a bridge...

Hanging there by the wires. Turned out I needed the interior support bracket. I replaced that and then... BROKE THE GLASS!

Velvac was wonderful throughout this whole experience. They are quite helpful about the product.

Mine are heated, power. As such, they were not that cheap, but then what on the RV is cheap?

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That is sooo funny! Why?

Because I lost my left one on I-75 too!

It just dropped after going over a bridge...

Hanging there by the wires. Turned out I needed the interior support bracket. I replaced that and then... BROKE THE GLASS!

Velvac was wonderful throughout this whole experience. They are quite helpful about the product.

Mine are heated, power. As such, they were not that cheap, but then what on the RV is cheap?

Talons

Ok, thanks.
I havn't received it yet, it's on its way to me.
We had to leave without it to head to North Carolina.
I use duct tape to put small mirror in its place as a temporary stop gap measure. It is working fine for now.
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