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Merideth: Hey, guys. So, today, we're checking out the RedRock Off-Road Trail Mirrors fitting all 1997 and newer TJ, JK, and JL Wranglers. So if you take your doors off often and you're looking for a set of sturdy mirrors to help out with your visibility while driving, this option by RedRock is going to be a really good choice. Now, I personally know that whenever I have the doors off of the Jeep, I feel like there's always something missing. And that's because there is, and having a mirror there is incredibly helpful while driving on the street.Not to mention, it may be a requirement for where you live to have mirrors on your Wrangler when your full doors are off. Now, this kit will be a perfect solution to that featuring two large rectangular mirrors that will improve your field of view while you're driving. These will be made of a durable steel construction and will have a nice textured black powder coat finish on top to, of course, protect that steel underneath from any rusting, but it's also going to match with any other black accessories that you may already have on your Wrangler.Now, these are also going to be incredibly straightforward to install considering they mount right into the hinge. Now, what I like about the hinge mount is that this will put it at a good spot for visibility, and the large mirror will do a good job at making sure that you have a lot of visibility in comparison to some smaller choices. Now, this will also integrate a reinforced arm, which will help you out with durability, but also make sure that the mirror is stabilized while driving around giving you a clearer view. Not to mention, these will also be adjustable, so you can adjust them to your personal preference.Now, when it comes to price, these are going to be very affordable coming in at roughly $50. Now, when comparing these to some other choices available in the category, you'll see that these have a large rectangular mirror. And I like the fact that it also has a reinforced arm to keep the mirror stable. Now, most other choices for hinge-mounted trail mirrors will have that additional arm or the mirror itself will be a little bit smaller, which won't give you as much visibility as these will. You'll also see different options that will attach in a different location, on the windshield hinge, on the A-pillar, or on a tube door, but those might not be as easy as this option as far as taking it off and reinstalling it whenever you need to.Now, I think if you're looking for an easy and affordable mod that's going to drastically help out with your visibility while your full doors are off, then this is it. Now, when it comes to install, I'm going to give this a very easy 1 out 3 wrenches on the difficulty meter taking you a total of 20 minutes to get these installed. And when it comes to the tools that you'll need for this install, you're just going to need an adjustable wrench as well as a Phillips head screwdriver. Now, speaking of install, one of our customers here has installed this on their wrangler and is going to walk you through that process step by step. Let's head into the install.Man: For my install of the RedRock Off-Road Trail Mirrors, I just used the adjustable wrench, and then the Phillips head screwdriver was optional for further tightening the Phillips screws on the back of the mirror. Today, we're going to be walking through installation of RedRock Off-Road Trail Mirrors. There's no stock part removal. Once you've got the door off, you just attach it. So the first thing you do is you're going to take one of the right-angle brackets and one of the straight brackets, and you're going to attach those. And then you're going to take one of the M10 nuts and the lock washers that came with it, and you're going to put that at the bottom here. And I do most of this with my fingers until I need another tool.And as it turns out, I'm able to do this without needing a wrench. So once that's complete, you place the threaded portion of the bracket through the vehicle door hinge. And then I am going to install the M10 locking nut at the bottom of the mirror bracket to secure the mirror bracket to the vehicle. So, right here. And you can get it most of the way with your hands before you need a wrench, or you could use a socket as well to tighten it. So then once that's tight, then I'm going to install the mirror. So I'm going to install this to the mirror assembly brackets using the M10 flat washer, the M10 lock washer, and the M10 nut.To fit this, I'm able to do that with my fingers as well. It's good and tight. And once you adjust it into the proper position, then you have the option to use the Phillip's head screwdriver to lock the screws more into place. The part comes pretty solidified out of the box. I don't feel that this is necessary based on how tight it is, but that's an option. That is the final step listed in the instructions that come with the order.Hi. So we're going to walk through installation of the RedRock Off-Road Trail Mirror for the right side of the vehicle. There's no stock part to remove. Once the door's off, you can begin following the procedures that come with the instructions that accompany your order. The first thing we're going to do is we're going to take the right-angle bracket and the straight bracket, and we're going to attach them using an M10 nut and an M10 lock washer which come with it.And you can use a wrench for this, but you can probably get most of the way with your fingers, if not all the way. It looks like I was able to do it. Then you are going to place the threaded portion of the bracket through the vehicle door hinge like this, and we'll install the M10 locking nut at the bottom of the mirror bracket to secure the mirror bracket to the vehicle. So, again, I'm going to do that with my fingers mostly. And then once it gets close, then you can use your wrench to tighten further.The next step is to install the mirror assembly bracket. And again, your fingers tend to work, start this, and then you can get your wrench to tighten. Then you can position your mirror as desired. I'm going to tighten the bottom here a little bit more. Once you're comfortable with that position, you have the option to use your Phillips screwdriver to tighten these Phillips screws. But, in my case, they came out of the bag as desired and pretty tight, so I'm not going to tighten them any further. And that's the installation.Merideth: So that is going to wrap it up for my review and the install of the RedRock Off-Road Trail Mirrors fitting all 1997 and newer TJ, JK, and JL Wranglers. For more videos and products just like this, remember to always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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