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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Welcome from Virginia.
    Deb

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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Welcome from South Central Wisconsin
    Dewey

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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Welcome!
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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayceesfolly View Post
    Wayne ....Welcome to the forum. Check out Amazon for mirror extenders. There are all types on their website.
    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=motorcycl...b_sb_ss_i_1_27

    BTW, I live in Rochester and have camped with a few members and always have a great time. Great bunch of people here. PM me if you want to meet for lunch sometime. Also, there is a campout scheduled for early September in Allegheny State Park at the Loleta Campground. Always a great time there.
    http://www.motocampers.com/forums/sh...-Mw-pa-campout

    Jim
    Thanks Jim. We usually go to a Spyder event called SpyderQuest in Lake George that is held the first part of September. I will check out the dates to see if this fits.

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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Welcome aboard.
    I grew up in the finger lakes region. Owego and Ithaca.

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    Re: Newbie hwe with a question

    Thanks everyone for the warm welcome. I have been looking at everyone's tips and doing a lot of research and I have ordered a mirror that I think and hope will do the trick. The mirror works with a ram ball mount called "Double Take Adventure Mirror". And I ordered a 5" long ram mount double socket arm. I already have a ram ball mounted on my handlebar so I think this should give me plenty of height to be able to see over the trailer. Other options I found were called boat mirrors that clamp onto a windshield or wherever you can find a place to clamp them to.

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