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355's Side View Mirror Part

Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by Capt, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Capt

    Capt Karting

    Nov 9, 2003
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    Michael
    Folks,

    The little panel on the bottom of my driver's side view mirror seems to have broken. It is held in by tabs and a screw, one of the tabs broke and now the thing is always hanging down. Where can I find a replacement? I have an email into Sodacom but I was curious if you guys (and gals) had any other suggestions? It's one of those things that is annoying me to death.

    Thanks,

    Michael
     
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  3. Capt

    Capt Karting

    Nov 9, 2003
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    What? No one has any idea where I can get a side view mirror? Are there any salvage yards that specialize in Ferraris??

    -Michael
     
  4. Stackhouse

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    Do a search on the net for a publication called " Locator" or "The Locator" can't quite remember. It's a print publication which is sent to salvage yards. It contains a healthy selection of exotic autopart salvagers. Includes Ferrari, Lambo, MB, BMW, Lotus... whatever the flavor of the month is.

    Happy Hunting.
     
  5. Capt

    Capt Karting

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  6. Stackhouse

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    If your not up to sporting a subscription contact them and ask for a media kit to be sent to you. That will contain a current issue of their magazine which should have some good sources for parts. Give it a shot. Tell them you may be interested in advertising. If you need any assistance PM me.

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  8. cwwhk

    cwwhk Formula 3

    Nov 13, 2003
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    You can fix that little part by using a good quality epoxy glue. Depending on how much of the tab was broken off, you can either epoxy a little bit to build up the missing corner and sand to shape or glue in a metal tab. I did it on mine and works just fine.
     
  9. Capt

    Capt Karting

    Nov 9, 2003
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    Thanks for the idea, looking at it last night i came to the same conclusion. I going to take the other side off, so I can get an idea how mcuh to build it up. I have a couple of products I can use as well already at the house.

    -Michael
     

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