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post #11 of 16 Old 11-18-2016, 03:53 AM Thread Starter
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It's really hard to tell from the picture, but maybe try using an adjustable wrench ?? Or start with a 14mm and go up or down (trying based off of what I can see)
****..just the tool i dont have
gonna need to buy it
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I'm not sure but that piece looks like it is damaged. There is supposed to be hallow threaded bolt that screws into the bar and the threads from your mirrors screw into that. There is a nut on the mirror threads so you can tighten and adjust the position.

Look at this post for some details:
https://www.suzukigw250.org/forum/gw2...k-mirrors.html
i may have a different mirror..
i attached a picture of my mirror..
i just need to unscrew the screw from the top and mirror is disconnected.
but as you can see there is still a screw left which i think i need to remove that bolt in order to remove it
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post #12 of 16 Old 11-18-2016, 10:09 AM
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Yep that is definitely aftermarket so are the grips and levers. I agree with the first guy that you just need a good socket wrench that can fit in there.
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Yep that is definitely aftermarket so are the grips and levers. I agree with the first guy that you just need a good socket wrench that can fit in there.
i replaced the grips and the levers D:
im pretty sure the mirrors are stuck tho
anyway im gonna try to find or buy a wrench or something
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So..
an update
i..messed up
i ordered the wrong mirrors its seem
this is what i got - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...ilpage_o00_s00
and i cant install it since my handlebars aint hollow
and i cant bring back my handlebar weight on the left side since for some reason the screw thing on the inside is messed up
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UPDATE
I finally got it to work (sort of)
hopefully the strong wind wont cause the mirrors to fold itself

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I was considering ordering those as well but from the looks its not a straightforward install. Guess I'll stick with the stock mirrors for now.
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