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Dragster RR Mirrors

Hey Guys,
Can anyone remember the thread about loose (floppy) mirrors on the Dragster, I was out earlier and the offside mirror just lost all tension and now hangs there totally useless. I've had a good look and can't find a way of tightening the tension back up. I remember reading a post some time back but can't find it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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There are two allen key screws on the end, loosen them off

Once done look under the bar and you'll see another allen key (thinking this off the top of my head)

Thats the one you need to tighten. If you unscrew it right out the mirror will pop off and there you can get to pretty much everything

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There are two allen key screws on the end, loosen them off

Once done look under the bar and you'll see another allen key (thinking this off the top of my head)

Thats the one you need to tighten. If you unscrew it right out the mirror will pop off and there you can get to pretty much everything
Cheers Deanzy, all tightened up and done, I don't think it'll hold up for long. Could've been designed with a bit more thought behind it though.
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