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    These Amazon Mirror Hole Plugs Work Well

    Also ordered the ones from Alchemy Parts in the UK, but those come to $28 delivered.

    I ordered these from Amazon and they send TWO sets. They include two normal threaded and two reverse threaded units. Their instructions say just in case both of yours are normal threaded, etc. Since I have somehow lost an Alchemy one on a past bike, this is a welcome deal with two sets for $15. Don't do what I do though and use too small of a screwdriver to tighten since it pulls up the finish.....

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    nice, and you could have used 5/16" hole plugs from your local auto parts store as well...
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    I have these. Look nice.

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    I have these as well but unfortunately one has started to turn bronze since i park outside for work. Switching to the spare set soon, hopefully the second set lasts longer.

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    Lowe's and get a pkg of 7...easy find.
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    Recently saw this setup with a rubber Oring under the screw to keep water out of the threads. Don't know if it was necessary but appreciated the guy's OCD.
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    I grabbed those same ones off ebay for $5 CAD

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