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Thanks sondat.  

 

This is the mirror I am talking about.  

 

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On 11/16/2017 at 5:41 PM, banzai510(hainz) said:

I see a "for sale" sign comming soon.  If you want maintanace free this is not the truck for you

 

its something simple we are just missing it.

 

Lol a year later (1 day later) to the day and I still have the truck mfer.  

 

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Cardboard seems wrong for obvious reasons. I would call or go to a glass shop, probably a daily task for them. Probably some kind of adhesive they will sell you and or advise/procedure.

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1 hour ago, d.p said:

Thanks sondat.  

 

This is the mirror I am talking about.  

 

31029342575_425e2cc875_z.jpg

I might be selling my BMW flag mirrors. I bought the hem NOS. Really nice stuff. 

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1 hour ago, mainer311 said:

What about some 3M VHB double-sided tape?

The only problem I see with that is the mirror housing is concave and the glass is probably flat.... 

I would think a strong adhesive would be the best... a bead in the corner around where the mirror actually sits should do it....

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Glass guys should be able to give you a straight answer.  Some kind of mirror mastic, or there are 3M double sided foam tape that might work.

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