Reviewed By Wentong C (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2017 Acura MDX —2/18/2017 9:37 AM
After install,I found it is a little bit lower than I expected. There are gap between bumper and receiver.
Reviewed By Roy M (Midland, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-150 —2/17/2017 6:47 AM
Nice mirrors for the money, easy to install! Used them this past weekend and they did great. Helps eliminate blind spots, and enabled me to see traffic that was directly behind my trailer better than the stock mirrors. I experienced no annoying vibration with these mirrors. Only negative is the plastic hooked arm that secures the unit to the stock mirror, it's a little flimsy and you have to make sure not to over tighten or you may break the arm. Other than that, highly recommend!
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