Scrambler 1200XE and XC Clamp-On Bar End Mirrors – Black or Silver


We have made an adaptor kit to mount our ever popular CNC alloy Bar end mirrors straight onto the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE or XC models and work with or without the hand guards fitted.

Simply unscrew the end cap finishers from the bar ends and fit or new adaptor bar ends with special length bolts and grip washers.

Kit is comprised of 2 x mirrors with all required fittings.

Unobtrusive but with great visibility.

Far neater looking and look more at home on a Scrambler than the standard mirrors. Also easier to see out of than the stock mirrors.

Lighter than the stock mirrors.

Extensively tested on and off road and they don’t move around – unlike a lot of after market mirrors that need constant re-adjusting.

These CNC alloy mirrors are finished to the highest standard and come in anodised satin black or anodised satin silver finish.

On Triumph water-cooled bikes you will need to change your end caps to the shallow type. These are available from Triumph in various colours. This is the same even if you buy the genuine triumph bar end mirrors.

Watch our simple fitting guide below:



Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
EU Street legal?

EU Street legal?

Scrambler mirrors

Great service and product.
Does what it says on the tin 😁


Very speedy delivery and great communication. Easy to install (obviously) but clear videos on YouTube for all parts. Will definitely use TecParts as my first port of call for aftermarket parts. Well priced, good quality and good delivery times. Thanks.

Bar end mirrors

Tail tidy was perfect !
Bar end mirrors looked great .
The only thing I thought were missing was a cover plate for the bar ends.

Great mirrors but complicated fit

They are great mirrors and I prefer them. To the originals.

I have an XC and it was easy enough to put them on, however I'm not sure if I've done it correctly.

I took the bar ends off, put both the mirrors on and tightened them up to the max but they still turned.
I put the bar ends back on with the mid length hex bolts and just tightened them up. This seemed to work but I don't think it's right. The hex bolts don't seem to fit well with the original bar ends and it looks a little odd.