DragonFire releases the SuperSport Side View Mirrors with a design that is lightweight and with the 2 bolt cage clamps they are sure to stay put even in the most rugged terrain.
Chevy fans all know the “SS” badge signifies superior performance. Starting with the 1961 Impala, the “Super Sport” designation indicated you were getting something special. A legendary series of Camaros, Chevelles, El Caminos, Monte Carlos and Novas were graced with the iconic SS over the years. Now DragonFire
is introducing its own version of something special: SuperSport Side View Mirrors.
Taking inspiration from DragonFire’s off-road racing heritage, these mirrors are built to take a beating. Constructed of CNC-machined billet aluminum, they combine lightweight with strength and durability. Utilizing heavy duty two-bolt cage clamps and a one-piece mirror housing that further decreases the risk of damage should these mirrors come into contact with brush out on the trail. A pliable rubber gasket prevents the glass from popping out should you accidentally tap something on the trail.
Seeing is believing! Convex mirror glass gives you the widest viewing angle possible while the integrated 360-degree swivel joint means you can custom tailor the mirror’s position for any driver’s field of vision. Adjustments can easily be made from the driver or passenger seat with no tools. Top it all off with a black anodized finish and laser cut DragonFire logo and you end up with mirrors worthy of the SS designation.
The DragonFire SS Side Mirrors are made to handle the severe abuse of off-road driving of any type. It features the 360-degree swivel bowed mirror glass that allows for the proper viewing angle with easy maneuverability.
Even Ford and Mopar fans can appreciate this form of SS superiority! Features include:
* Multiple Adjustment Points
* Convex Mirror Glass For Supreme Viewing Angle
* Anodized Black Finish
* Made From Light Weight Billet Aluminum
* 2-Bolt Cage Clamp For 1¾" Tube Diameter
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