Blindspot mirrors

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  1. Jagtazman

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    After a nice long weekend in Scotland up and down motorway and some nice small backroads, plenty of reversing and maneuvering etc giving me a nice feel for the van I've decided I want some blindspot mirrors
    Mainly due to vehicles sneaking up on me on the motorway and sitting in my blindspot :-( found myself speeding up or slowing down just to check no one was there.

    Seen these
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/351547138244

    Anyone seen any better ones around?

    Need to attach to the top of Rapido A Class mirrors
     
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    Would help if I took in your whole post! The mirrors are hung from a Rapido A class so might work for you.
     
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    I have the same as Duxdeluxe (apart from they are stuck at the bottom of the mirrors), and find they really work well.
     
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    Yes, but I'm the one with the cheap effective blind spot mirrors, Captain Toddles....... :moon2:
     
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    I went with the Milenco mirrors after trying a few different brands.
    @Jagtazman easy enough to spray white and mount on top of your mirrors as they are the other way around to the ones fitted on our Rapido,

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    Cheers

    Anyone know where to locate the paint colour code?
     
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    Must be nice to have a near side mirror......
     
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