Hello, my name is Iver Peterson...
as an experienced constuction worker with safety always a concern,
it was easy to realize the hazzards with backing up a skid-steer
loader. People don't always respect a back-up warning beeper, especially
children. Craning my neck to see, while backing up, wasn't very comfortable
either nor practical, considering the fact that I still couldn't
see enough area around my machine.
I set out to find a solution to only realize there wasn't anything
on the market to address my needs.
I spent a lot of time perfecting a set of mirrors that would let
me expand my vision and ability to navagate in tight places. Seeing
my rig, other operators wanted me to fix them up with a set. I
soon realized why there isn't anything like my mirrors on the market. They
require custom retro-fitting. Each machine model requires a
special configuration to work and fit properly.
I have been working on expanding a line of my mirrors as demand
has increased. However, manufacturing a bracket to fit a particular
model requires me to build a number of them to reach a realistic
price point. Which is what led me to "I-C-MOR™" and
going into business for supplying the industry.
My 8 1/2" diameter mirrors have a convex shape and are designed
to mount on both sides of the operator. A swivel ball on the back
side of the mirror is used for adjustment.
The powder-coated mirrors have a convex shape which gives you a
great field of vision. It makes a fantastic
difference. You can see what's directly alongside you as well as
30 to 50 ft. off to the side without turning your head. You can even
see the ground directly behind the skid loader. In my opinion, mounting
a convex mirror outside the cab works better than mounting it inside
the cab, where you can see only shoulder high behind you. With my
mirrors, you can see right behind the rear wheel without having to
look over the skid loader's lift arm.
My mirrors bolt onto the loader lift arms. The mirror mounting assembly
has a wrap-around design with a steel plate underneath the lift arm
that you tighten with two nuts.
I have brought the price point down to be able to sell these for
$70.00/each plus S & H.
To fit all sorts of machines and applications, I have devised a Universal mounting system and am now able to offer my mirrors at $49.50/ each plus S & H.
I look forward to hearing from you.