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Contact Muth Mirrors and explain your problem to them. They will send you a new foam donut to go under the mirrors which will stop the vibrating. No cost! At least that was how it was in the past for mine.

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the actual mirrors should not vibrate at all. check for the looseness of them by gently tugging the mirror itself.


And yes, call muth mirrors and discuss with them.

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At one time they did vibrate and Muth sent out a "fix" where you applied a double backed foam tape "ring" under the round holder where they clamp on. That does stop the rattleing. I broke one of my mirrors and when they sent the new one, it had been updated and did not rattle. It's a simple fix....as long as you don't break the mirror trying to get it off. That's the tricky part.
 

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Joe, Be sure they are securely in place. I had one that vibrated like yours, so I contacted Muth. They sent out a replacement and when I removed the original mirror, I noticed the PO had not seated it completely. I popped it in all the way and no more vibration.
 
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