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Old 04-23-2004, 10:02 AM
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**** extendable mirrors/ tow mirrors

I put on **** extendables, power/heated mirrors. 30 minutes total...direct bolt on. Easy.Electrical plugs right in too.

They are HUGE! They extend out for ever compared to the stockers I had.

I paid $329 for the pair from a place on the web.

They look like the mirror dodge should have used. I posted this for people that do a search on tow mirrors. They are way bigger then any picture I saw gave them credit for.
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Thanks I am looking at a set of mirrors myself, have you driven at highway speeds with them yet?? Are they steady?? Did you order them straight from ****? Thanks,,,, Rick
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I ordered from acmetruckparts ( i don t know if thats allowed) I actually called back to cancel, cause I fihured they had problems getting them, but they had already been dropped shipped. Don t be surprised if it takes 4 weeks though, from what they told me, they only do runs of mirrors in groups, so they only produce them every 4-6 weeks or so.

I ll take some pictures this week end. They are great , esspecially for the money. The others were all closer to 500. I know most places list these for 359-400 so look around. Non heated was 319 I think but my wife said to keep everything functional even if we never use it, (the heat)
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I've had 'em on my truck since June of '01.

They work great at highway speeds, and the power adjust works great for backing into tight places.
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I need one more question, am I right that they are manual extending and power adjust like the factory ones?? Thanks Rick
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I looked at the aftermarket towing mirrors and didn't like the way they looked. Then I found out that the extending mirrors from Dodge fit my 94 (even thought they say 1998-2002). I have them on the the fit and finish is perfect. Really modernized the look of my truck and the view is great. I got mine for $250 and they are Dodge parts.

Just my 2 cents. I don't know if that many people realize those mirrors work on all 2nd gen trucks.

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Did not know that, thanks Greg. Rick
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This is the only aftermarket mirror we will install. They work great and the customer service has been A1. I have an older set on my truck and they are very steady even when fully extended.
http://www.powervisionmirrors.com/
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i have the 01 factory tow mirrors on my 96
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