Vintage Style Mirror M8 Threads | Honda CT90 / CB100 / CB125
Reversible Mirrors w/M8 Threads for Honda CT90 "Trail 90" / CB100 / CB125
(Sold in Pairs)

Vintage Style Mirror M8 Threads | Honda CT90 / CB100 / CB125

$30.00 Per Pair
In Stock
CMC Part Number:2123
  • Replaces OEM Part:88110-028-820, 88120-028-670
  • Qty:Sold in Pairs


Left or Right reversible universal vintage style round mirrors with M8 x 1.25 threaded stem for early Honda CT90 "Trail 90" / CB100 / CL100 Scrambler / SL100 / CB125 / CL125 Scrambler / SL125 motorcycles.

Mirrors are Sold in Pairs.

This Part Fits the Following Honda Models

  • CT90 K0-K5 "Trail 90"
  • CB100 K0-K2
  • CL100 Scrambler K0-K2 / CL100 Scrambler S0-S3
  • SL100 K0-K3
  • CB125 S0-S1
  • CL125 Scrambler S0-S1
  • SL125 K0-K2

Why You Need This

The smaller vintage Honda singles — the CT90 aka Trail 90 / CB100 / CL100 Scrambler / SL100 / CB125 / CL125 Scrambler / SL125 motorcycles—were often used and abused more thoroughly than their larger displacement cousins. Easily breakable pieces like mirrors were commonly destroyed during these bikes' lives and never replaced. If your small-displacement vintage Honda is missing its mirrors, we have an easy solution for you.

Common Motor Collective offers these high-quality, vintage style round universal mirrors that fit the little Hondas with the smaller diameter, 8 mm threaded mirror bosses. With their classic styling, sturdy construction, and chrome finish, they're a great replacement option. These mirrors are not left or right specific, but rather are reversible to be used on either side. These mirrors feature an offset mount post from the stem to the glass, rather than a center mount.

  • Glass diameter: 4 inches
  • Stem length: 6 inches
  • Threads: M8 x 1.25 @ 18 mm long

NOTE: Only the early CT90, CB100, and CB125 models used mirrors with the smaller, 8 mm thread. The easiest way to tell which thread your bike uses is by the mirror's threaded mount location. Early 8 mm mounts are always drilled and tapped on the upper half of the handlebar switch boxes, while the later 10 mm mounts are usually drilled and tapped through the flat portion of the lever perch.

Installation Tip

Since the mirrors are universal fit, some adjustments are needed to make them fit for both left and right-hand applications. To reverse the mirror, loosen the acorn nut on the back, remove the mirror from the clamp, and flip the other direction. Reinstall lock washer and acorn nut.

These Mirrors Fit the Following Honda Motorcycles

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