[url="images/easyblog_images/64/yj-mirror.jpg"][img]images/easyblog_images/64/b2ap3_thumbnail_yj-mirror.jpg[/img][/url]The Jeep is 1994 vintage and does show signs of many a mile. While '94 is young for a Jeep, there are many things that do wear. One such item has become an annoyance and needed attention - rear view mirrors. The stock Jeep mirrors are on swivel ball joints. Over time, these have loosened to the point they do not stay in position. To put it in perspective, the windshield rear view mirror is next to useless once an over sized tire on a bumper-mounted rack is in place. That leaves the door mounted side rear view mirrors as the sole point to see what is beside and behind. Once they no longer stay in position, rear view is a problem. An OEM replacement part was easily located, ordered, and quickly delivered. [url="index.php?option=com_easyblog&view=entry&id=3&Itemid=106"]Read More[/url] [url=http://4x4wire.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1262:looking-out-the-rear-view-mirror&catid=41:jeepyj-cat&Itemid=53#discuss-1262]Read full article[/url]
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