FJ 62 Mirror - missing part

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by jharris979, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. jharris979

    jharris979

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    So I've been driving my LC for a little over 4 months now without a DS mirror that works. I popped the mirror off yesterday and verified that the motor still works, however, I am missing two parts. If anyone knows what these pieces, inside the yellow circles, are (name, part #, etc.) that would be great!


    BTW I ripped this image from mmw68 here: https://forum.ih8mud.com/showpost.php?p=487876&postcount=27
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  2. schaats

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    Toyota only sells FJ62 mirror as a assembled part.
    So the parts what you want have no part numbers and name.

    Oh, Min Seok
     
  3. chicago

    chicago

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    Spectre off road sells new E mirrors for a pretty reasonable price.
    Cruiserparts.net will sell used.
    I ripped my DS mirror off on some pinion pines in Death Valley, so Im actaully thinking about going with manual mirrors for the future.

    Chicago
     
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    I'm in the same boat as you. After a lot of research I have found what Oh, Min Seok is saying to be true. I'm in search of a pair of used mirrors myself.
     
  5. SmallManBigMouth

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    Hey Y'all,

    I live in LA(some of the residential streets are quite small) and had the unfortunate experience of a work van's sideview mirror colliding with my DS Mirror and popping the glass clean off.

    I, like you, thought I could just replace the glass/head... to no avail. I ended up ordering a used one from CCOT. It wasn't cheap (I think $84 US), but it's OEM and works like new. Good luck!
     
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