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Old     (wakerider42)      Join Date: May 2002       05-16-2008, 11:18 AM Reply   
Hi all,

We currently have the standard windshield-mounted comp mirror, but are looking into a tower-mounted setup. My fiance has a hard time seeing with the current mirror because it doesn't provide a very good field of view. It doesn't bother me too much, but I want to give one a try both for her and also to see what I may be missing...

I did some research here on WakeWorld and found some good input, but I'm looking for a bit more input for my specific situation.

Some of the articulating ones are pretty cool looking and the adjustability is intriguing, but I'm not sure if they would be a good fit for my specific setup (Malibu VLX with Titan tower) since the front tower leg is pretty far forward. I'm thinking maybe a more simple, fixed type of mirror would do the trick. Any thoughts?

It would be nice for the mirror not to slip after driving doubleups. Maybe there's a fixed-type mirror that works well for my boat setup that isn't so adjustable, thereby limiting slipping.

Also, not sure if the "Extreme"-type of wide mirror would be good for my setup or if I should stick with the standard mirror size...anyone have a similar setup and a preference?

I attached a picture of the boat for reference.




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