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    Posted: 10 Apr 2019 at 20:47
Hey -

Just wondering if anyone knows the thread size for the stock mirrors on a V7 III?

I just bought some bar end mirrors and want to fill the holes - looking for a threaded aluminum plug that won’t break the bank.

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Originally posted by Chris950s Chris950s wrote:

Plastic plugs are available http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10mm-x-7mm-Hole-Plugs-Plastic-Blanking-Masking-Finishing-Inserts-Black/222317236515?var=521161550326&hash=item33c323d123:m:mAvoTEnXb01IwLUa8Rbb5MA
beware that some measure the head and not the hole size

That is a good option, I actually installed the Ram Mounts balls instead of plugging the holes, so I got more functionality out of them, they work a treat! 
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Am not sure if the mirror mounts are the same on the V7iii compared to the V7i but I just turned the mirror mounts upside down to hide the holes, looks neater than blanking plugs IMO :-)

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Brembo makes smooth clamp pisces for the brake and clutch. They are also surprisingly inexpensive.
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