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Old 06-29-2014, 02:38 PM   #1
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Stupid mirror broke

The stupid mirror under bed at front broke, and was pretty easy to do.
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Be very careful the next 7 years .
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Be very careful the next 7 years .
I think it doubles if you blame the mirror.

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The stupid mirror under bed at front broke, and was pretty easy to do.
Why was the mirror under the bed in the 1st place?
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Something to do with Karma.
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It's a rear view mirror is it not working right now as that? Would like to know from owners.



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It's not glued to the back. It is spot glued in just a few spots. Lightly pushed on corner with suction cup for GPS mount. Corner not glued and flexed and cracked. Daughter wants me to put in a white board to replace it.
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Try to find a 'smart' board for that spot, and stay away from all things stupid!
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Why was the mirror under the bed in the 1st place?
Still waiting for an answer as to why it was under the bed. Why on earth would anyone do that?
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That bed front of cabin in ceiling.
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Old 06-29-2014, 07:02 PM   #14
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The mirror was meant to be a rear view mirror... Giving the customer acesses to what's behind them.


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Not really at the proper angle for that purpose. But ok. Side angle that is.
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And the TV picture is reversed. JK
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StephenFr3 where do u suggest we move it too?


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Right now it was designed to a spot the allowed the driver to see through the back window


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I would just glue it to the back against the solid surface. Instead of spot gluing the front. That way it won't break if you touch the corner and it flexes and brakes. Also I almost always have the front bed down.
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The front bed is the true selling feature of the FR3.
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