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1997 Mirrors????

Seriously, why is it so hard to find the manual folding mirrors for my truck? 80% of the OBS trucks I see have that style on them. The (I call it) triangle bracket style, that the chrome mounting plates always rust on....those ones! Bought a set online that were supposed to fit....were same ones on the shelf locally that didn't fit either. Grrrr, now I get to pay shipping back to the place and only to get exchange credit.

I understand the older ambulances and 350's had the all stainless set up on them? Where can I buy brand new, and not pay a complete arm and a leg?Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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the only place i can think of is lmc but that mite be pricey

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Huh, just looked them up. Like what they have, requested the catalog, prices not too bad. But the only place I could find the mirrors were in the 80-96 pickup truck section. Why do all these suppliers leave out the 97' Heavy duty trucks? Or I am missing something? Anyhow, I requested that catalog as I'm pretty sure that'll pertain mostly to my 97. Thanks for the info!
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junk yard. they were rather common down here on the 3/4 ton trucks and up.

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i also for got to mention jeffs bronco graveyard they specialize in all ford trucks

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ts 6 pos./Autometers
melling LPOP/T-500 HPOP
D66 w/1.0 housing and WW2
160/80 rosewoods/bellowed up-pipes
08 king ranch seats/center console
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Hmmm, thanks. Checked that site a few years ago for parts but not these. Same fitment though...80-86! Am I losing my mind or is my truck some sort of fluke...or do I have aftermarket mirrors? I really don't think I do but....why do none of the parts suppliers address a 97' with manual folding mirrors? I'm think that's when 1/2 tons changed body styles but not the 3/4's? First, I'm checking the yards and if not luck, or either way...I'm headed to a dealer and maybe they'll know something. Thanks guys
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yup 1997 is when the f-150s changed. the 1997 3/4 and 1 tons are the same as all other years

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1997 F250 4.10's
D60 swap/mag-hytec rear diff. cover
ts 6 pos./Autometers
melling LPOP/T-500 HPOP
D66 w/1.0 housing and WW2
160/80 rosewoods/bellowed up-pipes
08 king ranch seats/center console
south bend clutch


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