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EMGO Mirror for Honda CB 550/750

4.3 (6 reviews)
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EMGO Mirror for Honda CB 550/750. Replicas for early model Honda’s. Fits any 10mm threads. Sold individually. These mirrors do swivel at the mirror end.

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The preservation of old school looks that made my ride what it is - collectable.
michael k on Sep 29, 2018
The preservation of old school looks that made my ride what it is - collectable.
michael k on Sep 29, 2018
OEM Mirrors don't make any sense at the beach. These are better and cheaper since they will be replaced sooner because of rust.
Howard Eugene W on Feb 7, 2018
OEM Mirrors don't make any sense at the beach. These are better and cheaper since they will be replaced sooner because of rust.
Howard Eugene W on Feb 7, 2018
Will this work on my 1975 Honda cl360?
Griz on Jul 29, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the question. These are designed to replicate the CB550/750 style, but if you're original mirrors were 10mm threads they should work on your CL360.
Will it fit a 1984 Honda Magna 700
Eric on Jul 9, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! This will not fit your model Honda.
Re: EMGO Mirror for Honda CB 550/750 by Emgo
There are two part numbers listed without indication of a difference. Since I'd like to replace both mirrors on my bike, I'd like to order two mirrors. I think the mirror turns on the stem so as long as I can rotate the stem to the correct angle, I don't think there is a left or right specification. Which part numbers should I get? One each, 192328 and 192329 or two of one of those or does it even matter?
HandMeDownMel on Jul 5, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! The correct part number will be 192328.
What is the tread size of the mounting point on this mirror? 8mm or 10mm?
Bluto on May 25, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! This will be 10mm.
How big is the mirror itself, and how long is the stem?
null on May 24, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Good question! threading is 10mms diameter of mirrors are 4" looks roughly close to 8" stem.
Are the threads on this mirror 8mm or 10mm?
Bluto on May 24, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the question! This will come with a 10mm thread.
So I see these are obviously different part numbers for left / right, but which is which?
null on Mar 19, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! 192328 is the right hand side, The other listing is the left hand side
Are the two different part numbers for left and right models?
null on Feb 26, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! Yes that is correct.
is it metal?
stevie550 on Jan 26, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! The EMGO Mirror for Honda CB 550/750 that your looking at will be aluminum finish.

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Would you recommend
Yes
So cool, well crafted, Thanks - pics when completed!
Sturdy , large , and they work with my delicate 58 inch lump to see around!
October 13, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Works as should
Works as expected
May 16, 2014
Would you recommend
Yes
Vibrates. Looks good.
I bought one for a '74 CB360, which is kind of a roach. It's probably the best solution for a replace-and-forget situation, and the price really makes it the only logical choice to get the $300 barn find back on the road with minimal expense. The other comments about poor adjustability and vibration are definitely true, but I didn't have any problem tweaking the mirror beyond its normal adjustable range to make it work fine. What's with motorcyclists who can't handle bending something to make it work? Certainly didn't bother me. It's flimsiness is a benefit in this regard; it makes it infinitely adjustable.
April 29, 2014
Would you recommend
Yes
Shiny, but ...
For the '70s bike it's a good match on, the lack of adjustability is not a big deal. On a '92, I keep finding myself having to duck down! It's a good-looking mirror, and if I could just tilt it up a smidge I'd be perfectly happy with it. Also it is really inexpensive.
December 3, 2012
Would you recommend
Yes
Nearly NOS
These mirrors are nearly identical to the factory mirrors on most of the Japanese bikes of the '70s. If they didn't have a part number stamped into the back they'd be absolutely identical to the mirrors on my '75 CB550K only not rusted and fogged.
June 30, 2012
Would you recommend
Yes
Nice
Nice replacement mirror for 70's japanese bikes. I used this on a Hodaka 125. I don't have an original to compare it with, but it seems to fit well.
March 2, 2012
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