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super clumsy "friend" who recently got into riding stopped by to visit tonight and i made the mistake of letting him sit on the FZR. i'd never let him ride it, but sitting on it can't do anything right?

nope. he dropped it against the wall in the garage. luckily the only damage was a broken mirror which he is buying.

question is how the heck does the mirror head come off/ go back on to the arm/ stalk? you know the little ball pivot thing.

please help me! thanks!
 

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Any time I bought mirrors it was the whole assembly.
 

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If you're real lucky, maybe you can pop it back on. Chances are, you'll break it trying.
 

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I've never tried to put one back on. You need to buy the whole assembly. EBay is your best bet. You an probably find an OEM replacement if you look long enough,or just get a set of aftermarket mirrors.
 

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yeah i'm not sure why Yamaha sells it as two pieces. ended up buying a whole assembly instead but it's aftermarket. hopefully it's not total crap.
 

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the fzr 600 mirrors were useless unless you have some sweet elbow tattoos.
the 1992 yzf750 were a bit wider, not as bugeye looking and fit the fzr600.
 
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