Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets, Black - Pair

Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets, Black - Pair

More Views

Vehicle Fitment

2007-2014 Jeep Wrangler JK & Wrangler Unlimited JK

See Product Details Below

Get up to $200 Cash Back! Get Rebate Form

Part Number:
11025.04
Our Price:

$43.99 Price Match

Customer Reviews:
Delivered in 1-7 Business Days
Click to Verify - This site has chosen a VeriSign SSL Certificate to improve Web site security

McAfee SECURE sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams

Read Our Secure Shopping Guarantee

Product Name:

Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets, Black - Pair

Important Notes:

  • Sold as a pair

Fits:

  • 2007-2014 Jeep Wrangler JK
  • 2007-2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited JK

Description:

These Rugged Ridge Mirror Location Brackets bolt into the existing holes on the windshield, relocating your mirrors off the door. The perfect add-on accessory for those off-road adventures where you do not want your doors to get damaged. Each bracket kit comes with a special paintable filler plate to cover up the hole created when you remove your mirrors.

Product Details:

  • High quality
  • Easy to install
  • Bolts into existing holes

Parts Included:

  • (2) Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets - Black
  • (2) Relocation Plugs

Years Covered:

2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014


Alternate Part Numbers: 11025.04


Customer Reviews

i can't put my morrow in the holder becouse it has wires

Review by vic

i need to buy others mirrows

(Posted on 8/7/14)

OK but not totally satisfied.

Review by Downrange

The installation was easy and the appearance is ok. When the doors are removed both mirrors are useable. With the doors on, the placement of the passenger mirror is too far forward. The view of the mirror itself is blocked by the window frame of the door..

(Posted on 7/11/14)

Good

Review by Bobby210

Rating

Over all good product here, a little hard to see out of but better than no mirror.

(Posted on 7/5/14)

Just ok. Hard to adjust once installed

Review by John

Rating

This product did what it said it will do. I just seem to be having a problem where I can not adjust the mirrors where I can see like I should. A well some mirror is better than none.

(Posted on 7/16/13)

great product

Review by Dean

Rating

only problem is when you put the driverside mirror on the door it is hard to see out of it..

(Posted on 7/9/13)

Great Product

Review by Christopher

Rating

To answer the problem of getting your mirrors off the factory bracket just loosen the screw a few turns then lightly tap the srew head while holding the bracket. That's what I did. The threads are aluminum so don't unscrew it more than a few turns. Great product over all I like how they keep the mirrors close to the door but allow it too open without hitting the mirror. With doors on it does render the passenger mirror pretty much useless though.

(Posted on 5/14/13)

good idea

Review by Danny

Rating

finish of paint could be better

(Posted on 3/18/13)

How Too??

Review by WINGNUT

Rating

Well after reading the above review. before I bought I went out side to my 2010 Rubicon and try to remove the mirrors..
I removed the screw from bottom of mirror, and withmirrorr mounted on the doors still I wiggle them a little back and forth. then I wiggle them back and forth while lifting up. I did this withmirrorss mounted to my doors . .

They pop right off .. both of them with no problem in my option it was easy . .

Sorry for your problems but mine Pettyperty smooth . .

Good luck I hope this helps others.. leave them on the doors befordisassembleccemble them it much easier !!!

(Posted on 11/21/12)

Can't get factory mirrors off to install on new bracket.

Review by BDavis

Rating

I bought a pair of these mirror relocation brackets and liked the qualiity of the product. The problem that I am having is that upon several attempts, I still have not been able to remove my factory mirror from the factory brackets. The instructions state that you simply remove the screw from the bottom of the mirror and apply some force to remove the top portion of the mirror. I am not sure what they consider "some" force but I was just this side of getting my sledge hammer out and I still have not been able to get them off of the factory brackets. So, as far as the my experience with how the new brackets are working....I wouldn't know yet as I have put them back in the box for the third time. I checked on YouTube for info regarding their removal without much luck. I guess a trip to the dealership may be my next step.

(Posted on 4/16/12)

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocation Brackets, Black - Pair

  • Rating

     
    1 star
    2 stars
    3 stars
    4 stars
    5 stars
    Rating

* Required Fields

 
  Loading...