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Just bought an '86 Aspencade and I have to adjust the mirrors repeatedly while on the road, otherwise I'm riding with no rear vision because the mirrors have sagged to the point I can only see the road at the rear of my bike, and not oncomming traffic.
Is this a common problem?
Is there an adjustment to tighten them up, or do I have to replace the mirrors?
Appreciate any help I can get on this.
Thanks,
SCMGR
 

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seems like there are after market ( emgo ) mirrors on your wing
 

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I have this problem too just the left mirror though when I hit a bump it'll drop, If you hear
how to fix it let me know. I need to replace a burnt out bulb in the left hand marker light next to the headlight on my 85 LTD which requires rotating the mirrors 90 degrees and facing them upwards then unbolting the mirrors to get the windshield trim off.Went I do this I'll see if there's an adjustment to tighten the mirrors while I have them off.Not sure
if the 85 and 86 are similar. The older GW's just had a chrome arm, mine has a large rubber boot between the mirror itself and the fairing.

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Thanks Robert, I have that rubber-boot configuration also. Hopefully someone has had this problem and has a good fix for it, we'll see.
 
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