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  • Mirror vibration

    Can anyone tell me how to stop my mirrors from vibrating so bad?? I know, it is a Jeep but seems there should be something I can do....

  • #2
    Is it where the mirror attatches to the arm? Or where the mirror attaches to the body?

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    • #3
      uh, all you can do is tighten it down. but if you're heap runs so bad that it's shaking, you're not going to get the vibs out of the mirror.

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      • #4
        Crappy bushings can cause it if they are cracked and weathered badly

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        • #5
          Like everyone said, replace old bushings and deal with the fact that CJ mirrors vibrate. The cool part is at night everyones head lights and tail lights make circles.

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          • #6
            Mine are brand new, with a brand new enginge running great and they still shake. I may try a softer rubber bushing later this spring. Also, be careful not to over tighten--- doesnt stop the shaking and I split the ball socket on one of my mirrors.

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            • #7
              I have the same problem. I think the aftermarket mirrors and arms just aren't as sturdy as the OEM ones. David

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              • #8
                I have brand new mirrors and they shake as bad as the old ones. I've seen aluminum bushings that replace the plastic ones, but I don't see how they could help. Use the inside rearview.

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                • #9
                  i cant see out of the pass. side one, and the bushings on my drivers side one was bad for the longest time, and the mirror would fold back whenever i got going pretty fast. so...i hardly ever had mirrors, just be happy that you can see behind you. even if that damn thing rattles...............nutt

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