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man these mirrors are great. I highly recomend that if you dont have them yet, GO GET THEM!!! they blow the old mirrors out of the water! the visibility is insanley better, the curb mirror adjusts and they take years off the truck. ford waited to long for these mirrors! i will get pics up later if yall want

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man these mirrors are great. I highly recomend that if you dont have them yet, GO GET THEM!!! they blow the old mirrors out of the water! the visibility is insanley better, the curb mirror adjusts and they take years off the truck. ford waited to long for these mirrors! i will get pics up later if yall want
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Will these fit a 2006? What about the wiring for the mirrors?
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yup they do fit.... you have to either buy the 08 pig tail and wire it in or just do what i did and just splice them in....

they will fit a 99-07 with very slight modifying...

here is what they look on my truck

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i went the cheap as$ route and decided got the ones that dont have the blinker lights on them, and it saved me about 100 bucks on ebay. heres some pics. these mirrors fit everything from 99-08. if you want the cheaper way to do it then do what raul did and splice.










sorry about the quality it was on a cellphone. god i love these mirrors. i still cant get over those curb mirrors

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Looking good.
Did you get the power extend and fold version?
If so do you have pics of those switches?
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Looking good.
Did you get the power extend and fold version?
If so do you have pics of those switches?
nope he said he went the cheap route.. the power fold ones are over 1k
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Looking good.
Did you get the power extend and fold version?
If so do you have pics of those switches?
yea i have power fold.. i stick my arm out the widow and fold the mirrors in. i dont have any pics of the switches tho. and raul is right there expensive.i just wanted the best product for the money. i wiold like the power fold but it really wasnt a big deal for me, just like the turn signal lights on teh mirrors, not a justified extra 100 bucks.

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