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Old 04-10-2003, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default broadway rear view mirrors: convex vs flat

just wondering what the differences between these two are. . . and the difference in visibility with the different widths (270mm 300mm etc) i did a search and couldn't find anything :\
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Default Re: broadway rear view mirrors: convex vs flat (anfrey)

I have both (dont ask) the convex ones make eveything really small but you can see a lot more horizontally. I never liked the convex one, the flat ones are the best.
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Default Re: broadway rear view mirrors: convex vs flat (anfrey)

I have a 300mm flat, I can see whats next to me without looking over my shoulder. It's great. Click the image to open in full size. Convex distorts too much IMO.
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Default Re: broadway rear view mirrors: convex vs flat (Mooshu)

curved 270mm, wont block visor, fits great.
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