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Old 04-16-2012, 07:14 PM
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mirror location

i was able to get my hands on a pair of original sport mirrors, and now i need to know where they go.

so if anyone with a 70-71 ranchero and sport mirrors could maybe take a picture for me of both mirrors on the door, maybe with a tape measure from the front of the door, it would help me alot as where to mount my new mirrors.

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ok let me re word this..

how far back on the door does the sport mirror mount?
i dont actually need a picture just the measurement.
surely somebody can answer this.
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If you measure from the body line on the door the front mirror screw is 12.5 inches to the front of the door and the center of the front mirror screw is 35.5 inches from the back of the door. I measured on the drivers door.
I have a 71 Ranchero. Hope this helps.
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that does it, thanks.
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