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post #1 of 15 Old 11-15-2007, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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Tow mirror question!!!???!!!???

Hello, will the tow mirrors fit on a 1999 PSD, that has the regular mirrors? are they interechangable?? any body have some for sale.. i need tow mirrors!! please help me out! PM me or post.
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yes they will fit, a friend of mine put them on his 99 and i plan to do it for mine as well. Depending on whether or not they are power,heated, and lit, you will have to deal with some wiring, but all in all yes they will fit.

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Yup. I put a set on my truck back in 2002. I got an aftermarket set from Ebay for $250 a pair. They are not as solidly built as stock but they have lasted just fine so far.

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Alright.. the truck is a 99 larait...so any electrical
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yes they will fit, a friend of mine put them on his 99 and i plan to do it for mine as well. Depending on whether or not they are power,heated, and lit, you will have to deal with some wiring, but all in all yes they will fit.
I have a 07, it would be nice to have the marker & turn signal lights to work. The power fold may be nice but not a deal breaker. As to the wiring what would be the worst case be ? A new truck.
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Also is 163,000 miles seem alot for 99? Is there anything i should be worried about.. this will be my first deisel so... is that alot for a deisel? the tranny has been rebuilt.. Banks trubo, intake, and exhaust..
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163K is nothing on a PSD as long as proper maintenance has been done. As with any vehicle with 163K the maintenance record is very important. If you have time I would sample the oil and send it to Blackstone, you can have this done in a couple days if you overnight the sample and pay a rush fee, also run a Oasis report through Ford and a Carfax report. Pull the intake and look for any dirt in the intake, oil is normal, a CCV Mod will cure this, but dirt is bad. Dirt is death to a diesel. Look at the fins on the turbo fan, if they are bent or chipped run away fast. If you open the air box and see a drop in K & N filter runaway faster. If the truck was chipped without at least a EGT gauge, laugh in the dudes face!!

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Alright thanks for that man... I see yo have the 06 front end.. got any pics?? and where you get it at? what all do i need to make it look newer, i like the 06-07 look.
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you could always install the 08 tow mirrors... they look great on our year trucks.... and powerlift 34 you will need a newer header panel, lights, upgraded wire harness, grill, and bumper.... at around 1700.00 Shipped price range new.... unless you can find all the pieces on ebay
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