Side Mirror mounting Pics

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  1. 1977 SS Deuce

    1977 SS Deuce Farmall Cub

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    Hi guys. I am going to mount the side mirrors on my SS. Can someone post a few pics of where they get mounted on the windshield frame? And what you use to mount them? Thank you.
     
  2. winchested

    winchested High Wheeler

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    I can take a couple photos tonight when I get home of the mount locations.

    Pretty sure the originals were just screwed into the sheet metal. Usually a helping cause in the frames rotting out.

    I myself just bought a new set from Roedel Bros. And I am going to use aluminum nutserts for mine.

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    Actually found a photo on my phone. [​IMG]

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  4. IdahoRyan

    IdahoRyan Farmall Cub

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    Just have a driver side mirror on mine. SmartSelectImage_2019-04-10-08-55-43.png IMG_0096.jpg IMG_0097.jpg
     
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    Thanks guys. That's what I needed.
     
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    Nutserts were used originally.
     

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