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I'd like to know the answer to this myself. One of mine cracked being hauled to Daytona last March when my partner hit a huge pothole in a gas station parking lot. I replaced both mirrors, but the cracked glass was easy to remove, so I'd definitely buy a replacement glass even though the mirrors are now consigned to the "KTM weight reduction" box.
 

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In the distant past (many years ago), I've had broken mirror glass replaced at custom auto glass shops. I doubt there are any more shops like that still in existence. Sorta like shoe repair shops: a dead/dying industry and a lost art.

I'd have to look, but in my old parts heap I should have a scuffed up RH mirror with the glass still intact, if you want it. Probably more trouble for you than it's worth.
 

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I know where there are a couple of glass shops, one strictly non-automotive and one mostly automotive, but I wouldn't be surprised if a piece of custom-cut glass would be more $pendy than a good, used mirror complete.
 
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