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Power Fold Brass Replacement Gears

Just ran across this looking for parts for the Denali.

This brass set of gears is made for our folding mirrors. Seems like a great deal instead of dealing with the cost of a new mirror or replacing plastic gears.

Well, I was going to put the link in here, but I don't have enough posts. So, the website is gruvenparts . com .

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I'm guessing these are them. Wish I had power folding mirrors.

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That guy is a member here, @gruvenparts1

You should check out this thread from 2012

https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-...d-fix-5-a.html
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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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I love the power folding mirrors, but they are stupid expensive to replace! I've had both of mine done- one at about 75K and the other at 95K miles. Luckily for me, the extended warranty company paid both times. If they hadn't done that, I would've done the quick fix.
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Thanks for the link. I replaced both sides of my 2012 with the gruvenparts metal gears and new motors. saved me alot $$$.
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does anyone know what size fuse is on the power fold circuit ? I thought it was 10 amps but cant seem to locate that post.
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