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post #1 of 10 Old 10-22-2012, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Mirror relocate

Have a 1991 yj I put t 40 torqes and the bolts spin but do not come out on bottom side of windshield hinge any suggestions

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post #2 of 10 Old 10-22-2012, 04:15 PM
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The nut is spinning in the framework. You can try prying a screwdriver under the hinge to keep it tight and see if it will start to come loose.

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Thanks I'll try that
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there are nuts up inside the tub buried in seal sealing goo. You can get up there with small hands or tilt the windshield and take the dash off; not as much work as you would think

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would someone please help

Im really confused i need to relocate my factory mirrors to pillar A so when i take the doors off there's nothing else to do mirrors are there and ready to go i have a 2002 wrangler 2-door, so I'm hoping someone could supply me with a link as to a kit they've purchased and really likes it that would work on my 2002 wrangler. Thank you!

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im really confused i need to relocate my factory mirrors to pillar A so when i take the doors off theres nothing else to do mirrors are there and ready to go i have a 2002 wrangler 2-door
Welcome to the forum. There's lots of different ways to have mirrors without doors. Here in the YJ forum, you can search for it quite easily. But you have a TJ, so there might be some differences. This is what I use, and I believe the write up was done on a TJ. I like them because I can swing them all the way into the cab, when I on the trail.


http://www.4x4xplor.com/doorless-mirror.html


You really should check in the TJ forum though.

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You're using a brake distribution block to mount your mirrors, Mr.B?
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Haha! Too much copy and paste. Fixed it.
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Thanks Mr. B that's really interesting!
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The only thing I added to the set up, was a star washer between the mounting arm and the top of the bolt. That keeps it from moving at high speed.

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