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Old 05-08-2012, 08:37 PM   #11
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Boubou Those mirrors look like they slide out,is that right

Boubou Do those mirrors slide out?I thought all the Dodge ones flipped up.
Those slide out. I don't know why but when I look at Mopar accessible accessories site (same at dealer) the ones coming out for 2010 half ton Ram are these slide out ones. Maybe because I wanted to retain the power and heat feature
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Are the mirror parts the same size as the original ones?I was wanting a set,my mirrors are big enough,just don't stick out as far as I would like for towing?
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Old 05-08-2012, 09:00 PM   #13
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Are the mirror parts the same size as the original ones?I was wanting a set,my mirrors are big enough,just don't stick out as far as I would like for towing?
I haven't measured but I think they are slightly larger. They do stick out quite a bit (like firt pic) when not extended. I like the fish eye, covers the blind spot. What year is your truck? You might be able to get the flip ups
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My personal truck is the 2009 Ram but I just got a 2005 Ram 2500 for work and it has the flip up mirrors and they work very well but I do like the look of the ones you got.
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:23 PM   #15
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I wanted the ones like your's but these were the ones available for this truck.
Did you try to look at junk yards for a set like mine. If all else fails go to a Dodge truck forum and ask around there they usually have for sale thread with tons of stuff, just might get lucky.
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:32 PM   #16
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Did you try to look at junk yards for a set like mine. If all else fails go to a Dodge truck forum and ask around there they usually have for sale thread with tons of stuff, just might get lucky.
I belong to the ramz forum and checked it out, nothing. i already got the mirros, the pics are the ones on my truck.
Only thing I don't like is increased wind noise from them
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Never even knew Dodge had telescopic tow mirrors. I put a set of the power/heated OEM flip type mirrors on my Ram. I got them for a great deal paid like 250.00 brand new. Installed them myself it was very easy. 700 bucks is a hit on the pocket book.
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