Dynacorn Day/Night Rear View Mirror for 1968-1969 Mustangs.
If your classic 1968-1969 Mustang is missing it's rear view mirror, be sure you pick up a high-quality replacement! This OEM-style direct-fit replacement rear view mirror from Dynacorn features year-correct black trim. The factory-like functionality allows you to switch your mirror for day driving and night driving to provide better, increased visibility. You don't want to chance it when it comes to your classic pony, so be sure to get only premium-quality reproduction pieces!
Please Note: This Dynacorn rear view mirror does not come with the necessary mounting bracket (HW1615). Bracket must be purchased separately.
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There are three pieces to the mirror system on our '68. This is our standard replacement rear view mirror, this is going to be the bracket, and there will be a stud that mounts to the glass. Many times the stud doesn't go bad, so if it's in place, it's usually okay to use. What I mean by the ball and socket, is you have the ball in the back of your mirror. The bracket's going to fit over it, and you'll the tighten the screw, which is going to hold it to the bracket, and the exact same thing is going to hold it to our windshield.
This is typical of a stock mirror in an early Mustang. You can get it into place, but hit one small bump, and it falls right down. If you've tried tugging the bracket multiple times and it simply won't stay up, it's time to replace it. Normally, the only tool needed for this installation would be a Phillips head screwdriver. In the case of our '68, it does have an after-market bracket on it, so we're going to use a 4-mm Allen key to remove it.
See, here the stud's still mounted to the windshield, so there are no problems there. We can install our new bracket. You'll want to loosen the screw until it slides over. You want to get it just hand tight. You don't want to crank it down too much yet, rather you want to have some play in it. Now we're going to turn it and loosen the other side so we can install our mirror. A little looser to get in there. Now we're going to tighten this up again. Get it pretty tight. I'm going to spin it around at the top. Now we'll install the screw on the mirror end of our bracket. You don't have to crank it too tight, but just get it snug. You want it so the mirror can move, but you want to make sure it doesn't move too freely. There you go. And our installation's finished.
I don't have to tell you how important it is from a safety standpoint to have a good functioning rear view mirror. Installation will only take you about 5 minutes, so you'll be back on the road in no time.