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Assault Industries introduces the new B-2 Bomber Billet Side Mirrors

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The Assault Industries B-2 Bomber side mirrors are a great new addition to the complete line up of popular UTV/SXS bolt-on side-view mirror kits. An evolution of the original Bomber mirror, the new B-2 mirrors feature an ultra-thin, light weight and low profile design.

Constructed from 6061-T6 Aluminum and stainless steel, the B-2 Bomber mirrors black anodized angular detailing and chamfered edges add a visually interesting and well-engineered aesthetic. The front bezel and rear logo insert are available in a variety of popular colors!

The B-2 Bomber mirrors can be rebuilt if damaged or broken and include Assault Industries rugged cage clamps for mounting to 1.5â, 1.75â and 2â roll cages. The B-2 Bomber Mirrors come with a limited lifetime guarantee and will retail for $299.

To learn more about this great product or to place an order, visit www.assaultind.com, call (714) 799-6711 or email [email protected]

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