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Old 06-05-2012, 08:54 AM   #11
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have to agree, you will regret buying the after market knock offs, they shake and vibrate while going down the road. I put the mopar mirrors on my 07 and love them. Will not own another dodge without them! Buy far the best thing I have got for the truck/camper yet! If the money is an issue just wait and save some extra money as it will be worth it!
I have to disagree somewhat.
I bought after market tow mirrors that I did a install "how to"on this forum for my silverado.
They do not vibrate and fit and function are top notch.
They were less than 200.00 and meet oe quality considering oe's are over $500.00

There may be cheap bad tow mirror on the market but the ones I bought for 150.00 ish perform great!
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Old 06-05-2012, 09:08 AM   #12
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I have to disagree somewhat.
I bought after market tow mirrors that I did a install "how to"on this forum for my silverado.
They do not vibrate and fit and function are top notch.
They were less than 200.00 and meet oe quality considering oe's are over $500.00

There may be cheap bad tow mirror on the market but the ones I bought for 150.00 ish perform great!
I will give you that on the chevy, but the dodge mirrors "flip up" and the aftermarket ones shake and vibrate going down the road, the mopar ones are a lot sturdier!
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Old 06-05-2012, 09:21 AM   #13
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I will give you that on the chevy, but the dodge mirrors "flip up" and the aftermarket ones shake and vibrate going down the road, the mopar ones are a lot sturdier!
Point taken.
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:16 AM   #14
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I purchased a set of strap on mirrors from Walmart. They serve the purpose. There is a little vibration, but they do offer some improved visibility. I have the same truck.
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I purchased a set of strap on mirrors from Walmart. They serve the purpose. There is a little vibration, but they do offer some improved visibility. I have the same truck.
I also have those strap on walmart mirrors. They worked good but wanted something permanent.
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