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Old 05-07-2012, 08:18 PM   #1
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2010 Dodge Ram tow mirrors

Got power/ heated tow mirrors on the Ram. These things are huge! Very aware of the extra space the truck takes with these mirrors installed even in the not extended position


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They are nice but really big. Should be nice towing with those on
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Looks good boubou!
where are those from?
Cost?
install ease?
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:31 PM   #3
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Looks good boubou!
where are those from?
Cost?
install ease?
From Mopar
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? Too much! 700 +- installed at dealership
Install ease? Easy, i let them do the work. I don't have the expertise to do this
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:32 PM   #4
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But I think u could pick them up from amazon for about $400.00 if u are ready to install yourself
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They are nice but really big. Should be nice towing with those on[/QUOTE]

Maybe I'm biased but they don't look as big as some of those "elephant ears" on some other brands.Just my .02!
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Old 05-08-2012, 05:11 PM   #6
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They are nice but really big. Should be nice towing with those on
Maybe I'm biased but they don't look as big as some of those "elephant ears" on some other brands.Just my .02![/QUOTE]

I wuvs my elephant ears!
You take that back!
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I really like mine. I love the fact that I can just flip them up for towing and back down when done. Plus when there flipped up for towing they really add a lot of coverage down the side of the trailer.
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I really like mine. I love the fact that I can just flip them up for towing and back down when done. Plus when there flipped up for towing they really add a lot of coverage down the side of the trailer.
I wanted the ones like your's but these were the ones available for this truck.
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Closed position. Pretty wide compared to original mirrors.


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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.
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