Jeep TJ 1997-2006, Billet Side Mirror Relocation Bracket by AMI®, 1 Pair. When you remove your Jeep’s doors for serious off-roading, it’s still a good idea to have some rearview mirrors. It’s also against the law to drive on public roads without them. These brackets will let you move your stock mirrors from the doors to the windshield corner bracket.
- CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aluminum alloy
- Not stamped or cast
- Crafted here in the USA
- Designed and built with Jeep body and style in mind
- Attaches with original hardware in seconds
- Carry a 90-day warranty
Jeeps have doors that are easy to remove without tools, and they’re great fun to drive around even on pavement, either without the doors or with a half-door or soft door, where legal. But if you want to drive on public roads, you’ll need rearview mirrors to be legal. This CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum alloy bracket will let you remount your stock mirrors on the windshield’s lower corners instead of on the doors. Because they’re made from solid aluminum, they can never rust, chip or peel.
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