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Old 12-03-2018, 09:37 AM   #1
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Someone at the storage lot caught my mirrors and bent them flat against the bus. They’re both broke. The fish eye is on a hinge. Anyone know where I can get a new bracket for the side mirror passenger side? I did some web searching but can’t find exactly what I have. 07 Fe300
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Old 12-03-2018, 12:02 PM   #2
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that upper one on the right side is a rosco boom mount mirror.. there are a lot of different ones out there deoending on the features it has.. some are power and heated.. they usually have a number on them someplace.. if you can straighten and save the boom, the mirrors can be bought separately.. I MAY have one like it in my garage.. i had to replace my passenger mirror because the heated glass quit working.. mine is a 715 OGH. which I think stands for overhang heated and power.. but the series 715 is what yours likely is.. and the suffix letters are the options...
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Old 12-03-2018, 12:21 PM   #3
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that upper one on the right side is a rosco boom mount mirror.. there are a lot of different ones out there deoending on the features it has.. some are power and heated.. they usually have a number on them someplace.. if you can straighten and save the boom, the mirrors can be bought separately.. I MAY have one like it in my garage.. i had to replace my passenger mirror because the heated glass quit working.. mine is a 715 OGH. which I think stands for overhang heated and power.. but the series 715 is what yours likely is.. and the suffix letters are the options...
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My hawkeye mirrors are heated but the passenger Rosko is a manual non heated mirror. I found a few now that I spent a couple hours searching but they’re super expensive new. Found a knock off on amazon for $87. I want to get a new boom too because this was bent from straight to completely flat. Over 80• bend usually is toast.
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Old 12-03-2018, 02:33 PM   #4
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oh crap I didnt catch that the boom was bent.. i was thinking it was like mine and on a hinge that just flexed..

rosco knockoffs are you best bet... I bought a new one for my bus and got a decent discount but it was still pricey.. esp the heated power version..
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