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Old 10-19-2008, 02:36 PM
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09 mirrors on my 01

My grandpa just got his 2009 F150. He got the chrome package so it came with the chrome towing mirrors. They are too big for his garage so he wants to get the smaller mirrors. Will the chrome towing mirrors fit in my 2001 Ford F250? Thanks for the help
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As long as his 09 mirrors are the same as the 08's, they'll work
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I think if they are power and all that jazz than you will need a set of the wiring harnesses that adapt them to the older trucks. I think Raul can get them and I think defuser has them as well
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Does he have an 09 f150 or an 09 f250?


09 f250 mirrors should fit just fine.


09 F150 mirrors however, i dont think would work.
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If this is what your grandpa's got then I doubt it will fit a Super Duty



Also why don't he just fold those suckers in. I think those mirrors are great for older folks especially with the convex mirrors. Can't have too much visibility!
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Old 10-19-2008, 05:01 PM
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O I didnt see that.
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Old 10-19-2008, 05:11 PM
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O I didnt see that.
I didn't either
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Old 10-20-2008, 07:04 AM
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He is just folding them in for now but he says it is too hard for him. He recently fell and hurt his shoulder pretty bad so its pretty hard for him to fold them in and out. Also, I am pretty sure those are the mirrors he has pictured above. Thanks for the help everyone
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