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TrikeBuggy Mirror

TrikeBuggy Mirror
$5.00


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The TrikeBuggy Mirror lets you view your wing while you are taxiing to balance and settle it overhead. They are also great for shooting pictures of yourself flying along with your wing in the picture (see photo), or checking your fuel level.

Gone are the days of looking up and hitting your helmet on the back of your seat, knocking it over your eyes and completely obstructing your view. Use a piece of velcro to hold the mirror in place, so you can easily remove it to see your gas tank. Larger Picture...

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