If you’ve broken or lost one of the mirrors heads from your Grand Aero 3 or 4 Towing Mirrors Set, then you’ll be road-ready again in no time with this spare part.
This mirror is designed to be balanced and vibration-free and has flat* chrome safety glass which will give you a smaller field of view when compared to a car mirror but won’t distort the reflection.
Genuine Milenco replacement part
Compatible with separately available Grand Aero 3 or 4 Towing Mirrors Set
Flat* safety glass to avoid distortion (see staff tip)
Balanced and vibration-free
In Use Dimensions:
22L x 16W x 14H cm
23L x 17W x 15H cm
Flat Chrome Safety Glass | Durable Plastic
Staff tip:From April 2021, Milenco have added an asterisk to the words 'Flat Glass' on the box. * For stability on Australian roads, a very slight convex is applied to the glass ( r 1900mm ). Take a look at the 'Milenco Mirrors − Comparing Glass Types' video to compare the differences in glass types.
Mirror 1 answer
How do you get the ball on the arm back into the mirror
Craig - Carrum Downs, VIC (6 months ago)
I don't think you can get it back in, I've never seen it be able to be done. The mirror head and ball are a 'single' piece together, they're not supposed to come apart unless they've been damaged or seperated with force. The arm is anchored into the ball with a screw, so the arm can be removed and replace, but not the ball.
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
Milenco Grand Aero Flat Mirror1 answer
Is the replacement mirror you have on your web site the original flat glass mirror or is it the new "flat" which has on the box, when you buy a complete set of mirrors, Flat* ie with an asterix denoting a slight convex surface at the edges?
Peter - Subiaco, WA(1 year ago)
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you here, wanted to do some further investigating and check in with the supplier. Milenco has confirmed that despite the packaging stating 'flat', these mirror heads are actually Flat* in line with the post-April '21 Grand Aero 4 mirrors.