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For Sale Passenger side Mirror, Atlanta

Discussion in 'For Sale Section' started by Sean d, Jul 1, 2019.

  1. Sean d

    Sean d Zorg Guru (V)
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    As above, works as it should and pivots freely
    small amount of corrosion on base, see image
    £100
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  2. Sean d

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    Hi Sean
    A question the mirrors on both my Zs seem fixed solid, would they free up using WD 40 and being patient ?
     
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    Both of the mirrors on the breaker was siezed so I removed the glass to get to the cover screws, (4 very small torks) take them out and this exposes the main body of the mirror, I left them soaking in WD40 for a day then used freeze spray followed by a windy chisel with a blunt end, this freed them both of nicely
     
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    Ok thanks. Geoff
     
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    Can bring to Shepshed, £100