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Replacing mirrors

>10)The right side mirror is gone. The mirror assembly is there, just 
>mirror itself is gone. What are the costs of something like that.

I used to work at Donnelly, where most auto mirrors come from.  Just cut 
a new one approximately, use an electric sander to round and trim the 
edges.  Convex is a little more difficult, maybe find a bigger mirror in 
the junkyard and trim it down.  Same would work for flat if you really 
don't want to try glass cutting.  Some day I'll get around to replacing 
my rusty mirrors, but I haven't looked at the heaters.

BTW, team rusty mirror rose to great positions before putting a huge 
skylight over the mirror inspection area.  That finally got the leader 


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