The Universal Outlaw Mirrors is our best-selling product and is recognized everywhere as the removable Jeep mirror that's ready when you are. Hindsight is 20/20 with the Outlaw Mirror, and that's the way we like it. It fits all Jeep models and has a unique feature most mirrors don't: you can see out of the passenger-side mirror! How cool is that? Get 'em, use 'em. No more tickets for unsafe driving. American Outlaw uses these mirrors to keep an eye on the competition.
Just a heads up for JK owners. . .these DO NOT FIT JK WRANGLER'S! The set screws do not even come close to setting the mounting point on the hinge. They fit over, but you can not secure them and they basically FALL OFF. I wish I had known this before I waited 2 weeks to get these. Now, I have to find another brand so I can remain legal to drive without the doors. Hopefully 4wd is aware of this now.
these mirrors are easy to install and give back the side vision when the doors are off. The only problem is there is no adjustment to tighten the mirror itself to the attachment rod. The mirror tends to drift a little when driving at highway speeds.
I wanted to take my doors off and realized the mirrors were on the door, oops. There mirrors fit the bill. Easy to install, work well, look good. JC
I used these without my doors the first time and had some noise from the vibration. To remedy the vibration and stop the sound, I simply use two layers of electrical tape vertically on the entire hinge before sliding on the mirrors. I even used these mirrors on a 12 hour road trip along the interstate highways at 75+ without any problems! The electrical tape also helps to keep the screw from damaging any paint on the hinge. Improves mirror for a nice snug fit. Works great. To adjust the housing, you can use vise-grips to loosen and tighten the ball at the joint. All and all, I'm diggin' these. They look great too!!!
These fit over the door hinges and are held in place with a hex-headed bolt. You can, technically, use them with the doors on but they are completely ineffective (you cannot adjust them to see properly). If you're determined to use them with the doors on, you'll want to be extra careful about opening the door too wide because the sleeve that mounts the mirrors to the hinge WILL bend if pinched hard. With the doors off, they can be adjusted, but if your Jeep is like mine they vibrate and come out of adjustment pretty quickly. Adjustments are more easily made if you loosen the screws first. Don't force the mirror or the housing WILL crack. I had these on my YJ for a couple years before the passenger side walked away (we figure it loosened and a parking lot prankster thought it would be funny to walk off with it). Not long after that, the driver side mirror housing cracked while I was trying to adjust it. I should have just bought the bolt-on frame mount mirrors in the first place. They would have been less expensive and more effective. These mirrors MAY be useful to Jeepers who do rock crawling, as they can be mounted upside down to get a view under the tub. In Maine, we have more muddy tote roads than rocky areas. I never once found a reason to mount them upside down here.
these things are garbage they don't fit properly and fall apart when you try to adjust them. Save your time and money don't buy 'em
I dont reccomend these if your driving on the interstate. They move way to easily, May be ok on the trails, There not designed for interstate driving.
Got a set of these as a gift, they are GREAT! Can't believe I went 4 years without them. Built well, easy to install, and never had a problem with them even on the trail.
These were just what my husband was looking for-an easy, non permanent fix for mirrors when the doors came off. One BIG problem...the little bolts they came with to tighten the mirrors to the door hinge were useless. There is a blue piece of plastic that we're assuming is supposed to prevent scratching the hinge except it is so thick that it prevents you from even tightening it. A trip the the hardware section of a DIY store and $1.89 later we had functional bolts, but it was an unnecessary headache given the price of these. Other than this issue, they are great.
will this mirror fit 2008 rubicon?
Asked by ray from wippany, nj on
Hello, Yes this American Outlaw Mirror will fit your 2008 Rubicon. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC@extension4833 from wippany, nj on
WHAT SIZE IS THE MIRROR ITSELF..? USING ON A 2013 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT.
Asked by Angie from on
Hi Angie The glass itself on the Side Mirrors is 5 X 8 inches. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from on
will these mirrors fit a 2000 tj
Asked by charles from United States on
Hey Charles, the American Outlaw Side Mirrors will fit your 2000 TJ. Please let me know if you have any other questions, thanks.
Answered by Devin B. ext 835 from United States on
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American Outlaw's founder, Randy, is a veteran of the United States Army's 101st Airbourne division and serviced Jeeps often. When you left the service, he continued working on Jeeps. People loved his work so much that they requested mods by him. After much prodding, he decided to start American Outlaw Designs and launch the revolutionary Outlaw Mirror. The company has grown since it began in 2004, but it has always remained faithful to its roots.
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