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Old 08-12-2009, 01:06 PM
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Replacing side view mirrors w/ tow mirrors

I will be picking up a 1999 F250 in the next few days. I will use the truck for pulling my travel trailer for the most part. I would like to know what options I have in tow mirrors. Any help will be appreciated.

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Ron.
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Old 08-12-2009, 07:48 PM
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I take it that the truck does not have the telescopic tow mirrors on it, if so those are easy enough to find. They are actually good tow mirrors for stock, have the regular and blind spot mirror on them. I just ordered a driver side one off ebay, since I broke mine. There are both power and manual, but not sure if the power conections are same or not if you have them.
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Im selling my mirrors( 2000 f350 towing mirrors ) they are simple plug and play on your truck...pm me if interested.

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Thanks fellas.
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