This is a discussion on Mirrors within the Yamaha Wolverine X2/X4 Builds forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; the superatv side mirrors look to be good. not sure yet witch one to get. need some doh hard on the neck backing out of ...
the superatv side mirrors look to be good. not sure yet witch one to get. need some doh hard on the neck backing out of garage.lol
19'wolverine x2 r-spec camo-16'grizzly camo-02'grizzly blue-17'sidewinder l-tx se td ecotrail kit-2020 polaris 850 indy xc (on order)
This is the mirror I use. I’d end up tearing my side mirrors off on some of the trails I ride. So review mirror is all I’ve ever used. The EMP is direct bolt up. Takes a whole 5 minutes to install.
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2019 Wolverine Camo R-Spec
MSA M25 Wheels with EFX 8ply 27x10x14 Motoclaw
Pro Vantage 3500 Warn Winch
Rear Cargo Box
Adventure Pro Magellan
EMP Rear View Mirror
Super ATV Flip Windshield
I have SuperATV side mirrors. I think they are a generic product available from a number of vendors. I like them, good field of vision and they've taken a beating with no damage. I don't remember where I got my inside mirror. It's narrower than the more popular panoramic styles, but still gives a good view behind and in conjunction with the side mirrors tells me everything I need to know.
2019 Wolverine X2 R-Spec SE
Super ATV winch mount, Half windshield, and Mirrors
Kolpin Highrise Snowplow, 66" blade, plus Power Angle
50 Caliber Racing shoulder harness
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