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Old 06-13-2013, 04:48 PM   #11
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Well, I am trying to get my truck ready for our first camper which we hope to purchase in the next couple months. I am looking for a set of OEM Towing Mirrors for my 09 Silverado. I want to get a set that is power adjustable and heated. I currently have the non-towing power adjustable heated mirrors that I would be willing to trade. If you have some and don't want to trade just let me know a price.

I have checked Ebay and have found a lot of aftermarket mirrors that look like the OEM parts, but I really want to get the factory parts if I can. I found one set of OEM Mirrors but they were around $350 which is more than I was wanting to spend.

Just let me know if you have some that you want to part with! Thanks!
Did you check out AMPARTs? $193.00

2009 GMC Sierra 2500 Mirror - AM Autoparts

Thats where I got mine. Love them and great service.
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Did you check out AMPARTs? $193.00

2009 GMC Sierra 2500 Mirror - AM Autoparts

Thats where I got mine. Love them and great service.
I haven't checked AMPARTs yet. Thanks! I will check them out.

Edit: I just looked at them. That is a great price! How long have you had yours? Any problems? On the GM truck forum I am on some of the guys have had issues with aftermarket replacement not fitting as tight as the OEM mirrors and vibrating, but I don't know if any of them have used this brand. Most of them have bought off of ebay. I really want an OEM set but if I can get an aftermarket set for that price that are equivalent quality I am all for it!
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Old 06-13-2013, 05:12 PM   #13
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IM to cheap for auto's.

my point was in 07-up you could no longer get power extending.

Same here...too cheap for auto's if they were available!! That would just be one more part that could tear up anyway!
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Old 06-13-2013, 05:43 PM   #14
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I haven't checked AMPARTs yet. Thanks! I will check them out.

Edit: I just looked at them. That is a great price! How long have you had yours? Any problems? On the GM truck forum I am on some of the guys have had issues with aftermarket replacement not fitting as tight as the OEM mirrors and vibrating, but I don't know if any of them have used this brand. Most of them have bought off of ebay. I really want an OEM set but if I can get an aftermarket set for that price that are equivalent quality I am all for it!
Am parts is where I got my 05's as well
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Old 06-13-2013, 07:54 PM   #15
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Edit: I just looked at them. That is a great price! How long have you had yours? Any problems? On the GM truck forum I am on some of the guys have had issues with aftermarket replacement not fitting as tight as the OEM mirrors and vibrating, but I don't know if any of them have used this brand. Most of them have bought off of ebay. I really want an OEM set but if I can get an aftermarket set for that price that are equivalent quality I am all for it!
No problems at all. Plug and play Electric, heated and turn signal. The only thing I lost was the curbside parking and elec folding. I love them though. If I remember right they were Kool vue brand. They fit just like OEM, no gaps and level.

I posted a pic, rather bad one but you can see what they look like.

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No problems at all. Plug and play Electric, heated and turn signal. The only thing I lost was the curbside parking and elec folding. I love them though. If I remember right they were Kool vue brand. They fit just like OEM, no gaps and level.

I posted a pic, rather bad one but you can see what they look like.

FEDEX delivery!!!!!!

Thanks! If nothing comes up to just trade even I will be buying these from AM Parts!
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If you replace OEM standard power mirrors with OEM power extend tow mirrors, the computer has to be re-programmed to allow the l-r switch to be put in the neutral position to enable the power extend & retract function. Neat mirrors, but pricey.
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