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unfortunately in the 25 March I had a accident with my bike… bump with a ram literally and broke the right mirror,any one knows where i will find a ussed one, for my k1200lt
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unfortunately in the 25 March I had a accident with my bike… bump with a ram literally and broke the right mirror,any one knows where i will find a ussed one, for my k1200lt
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unfortunately in the 25 March I had a accident with my bike… bump with a ram literally and broke the right mirror,any one knows where i will find a ussed one, for my k1200lt
Which bit (bits) are broken?

Do you need all of it - can you salvage anything?

Oh - remember that the chrome bike is a different part to a non-chrome bike

The painted bits are the same, its the big part (three mounting point, the bloack surround of the mirror)

There was also a change to the way the mirror glass mounts as I recall, and you may need to either salvage your old mirror ball (or whatever the part is called) or buy a new one.

Then if it was an early mirror, it woun't have a couple of tabs on the mount - I shaved them off as I recall.

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