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Old 03-13-21, 01:16 PM
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Pratt
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I mounted a mirror on a block of wood, and epoxied that onto the end of a piece of flexible steel tubing, like an old gooseneck lamp might have, about 15" long. It actually doesn't look as clunky as it sounds. The tubing is clamped to the bar near the stem. it is nicely adjustable and has proved durable through lots of lumpy dirt roads, and a few falls. No geese were harmed in its manufacture. I got a piece of microphone mounting flex and cut the ends off. I got it from a musical instrument supply company called Sweetwater. They were very nice to deal with. BTW, the steel is very hard and just laughed at my hacksaw, but succumbed to an angle grinder. In use, it is easy to adjust, but has enough friction to hold the adjustment, at least until the next fall.
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