Jeep and performance trucks can handle weekends off-roading on primitive trails and rock crawling. Navigators are great to help with the driveline and approach angle, but sometimes you need eyes in the back of your head to get a 360 view of your position. This is especially true when on the Slickrock or trail, and you need to back out of a gnarly situation. Rearview mirrors mounted in the truck's cabin are used to keep an eye on what's behind you, and that's great if you're driving on pavement. In off-road conditions, where underbrush can hide holes or trees and boulders stick out into the trail, you may need more help.
Off-road mirrors come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with several mounting options to suit your circumstances. Jeep door hinge mirrors can help if you are going doorless. The mirror kit can include a no doors spring kit to prevent the interior lights from staying on when the doors are off. When using VJ mirrors without doors, install side mirrors in the upper door hinge.
Safari and Trail Doors
These specialty doors consist of metal tubing, with optional netting, mesh and storage pouches. They provide a greater sense of freedom by being mostly open air and are designed for greater visibility for easier technical maneuvering. Aftermarket side mirrors can be fastened above and below a threaded shaft, keeping vibration to a minimum.
Swapping mirrors every time you take off your doors can be frustrating. Quick release mirrors come in round and rectangular shapes and mount to a bolt on a bracket. The mirror arm is secured with a locking knob, enabling quick installation and removal. Kits may be available with long arms or short profile mounting hardware allowing you to customize the off-road mirrors to fit your needs.
Whether you need to replace a worn factory mirror or upgrade your rig to be street legal with the Jeep mirrors and doors off, we have the parts you need. The fit is universal in most cases, and free shipping may be available.