Slotted Stem Profile Custom Mirrors

    Part Number 91697-06A


    Finish / Color: Chrome




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    Billet-style mirror features a low-profile swept back design, slotted stem, and a laser etched Harley-Davidson® script on mirror back.

    • Teardrop shape provides excellent rearward visibility, and the slim lines add a true custom touch
    • Sold in pairs


    • Side of Bike

      Left and Right
    • Mounting Style

    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
    • Sold in Unit

    • In The Box

      Right and left mirrors and all necessary mounting hardware


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    Fits '82-later models (except VRSCF, XG750A, '14-'16 FLHR, FLHRC and FLHRSE, '11-'13 FLHTCUSE, '14-later FLHTKSE and '18-later FLTRXSE). Does not fit XL1200X models with mirrors mounted below the handlebar.

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      Harley-Davidson® Motor Company cannot test and make specific fitmet requirements concerning every possible mirror and handlebar combination. Therefore, after installing new mirrors or handlebars, and before operating the motorcycle, check to ensure that the mirrors provide the operator a clear view to the rear.


      Profile Custom Mirror with Slotted Stem is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
      Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good look, bad vibs This mirror is stylish, nice enhancement, but vibration is bad. When on the highway you can see there is an entity behind you but no detail due to the vibrations.
      Date published: 2017-12-02
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent These mirrors are so far above stock mirrors in quality and view that they should be the stock choice. You are able to see so much more with these mirrors and they are really much more heavy duty and robust than stock mirrors. Very simple to install and much more attractive than the stock mirror.
      Date published: 2017-11-08
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality Beautiful styling and very high quality chrome finish. The laser-cut Harley name on the front surface is the icing on the cake. The style looks right at home on my new Road Glide just as much as it did on my 07 Fat Boy. Larger field of view than the OEM mirrors and don't leave me looking at my shoulders instead of the road behind.
      Date published: 2017-09-01
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great styling What can I say. As soon as I installed these mirrors my 2015 Low Rider, my ride took on an entire different look from my view in the saddle. The low profile looks beautiful and the wider mirror surface enables me to see more in the lanes next to me. The stock mirrors look too "chunky" in proportion. Would have given five stars except for the vibration, but not enough vibration to be unsafe. I don't understand how the stock mirrors, which are lighter in weight, are vibration-free.
      Date published: 2017-05-22
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      Q & A

      Is the glass in these mirrors flat or convex?

      Asked by: BigRed33
      The glass is flat, I really like the mirrors...good looking but still Functional. Got about 75,000 on one of the sets I own.
      Answered by: Royberto
      Date published: 2017-01-01

      what is the glass size?

      i'm wondering what the glass size is in comparison to stock mirrors
      Asked by: jeff10limited
      Hi Jeff10limited, The Slotted Stem Profile Custom Mirrors are 2.2" tall by 6" long. Thank you for your question.
      Answered by: FXS78
      Date published: 2016-03-31

      Is there any way to tighten these mirrors at the ball joint?

      excessive wind while traveling at higher speeds tends to move them around
      Asked by: Doug07
      I've had two pairs of these mirrors, one on my current ride (10k miles, 2012 Road King Classic), the other on a 2007 V-ROD (30k miles); I've never had an issue with excessive wind moving these mirrors (I live in a very windy area in Norther Virginia). When I park, I rest my helmet directly on these mirrors and even with that weight (full face helmet with bluetooth headset) they don't move. The ball joints don't have a way to adjust its tension but the tension it does have is substantial. I hope my reply answers your question.
      Answered by: Ceaser63
      Date published: 2015-02-18
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