Reviewed By David T (Wayland, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler —10/13/2016 6:45 AM
The mirror fit well and looked great. I was glad to see the cast components were painted. Corrosion caused the original mirror cast components to fail.
Reviewed By Edward T (Lafayette, LA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado —9/6/2016 7:31 AM
I broke my OE mirror assy. backing out of my garage (my error). Decided to try assy. from Auto Anything, associate was very helpful in selecting replacement. Received when promised, fits like OE part would have. Only complaint is to Chevy for not making plug up by mirror assy. so wouldn't have to remove door panel just to plug harness! Works like a charm!!
Reviewed By Robert B (West Point, UT) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma —5/18/2016 6:27 PM
Installed these on my 2006 Toyota Tacoma and I can't believe how much I love them. yes the main mirror portion does vibrate slightly but it's nothing that bothers me well worth the change and well worth the money. I ordered chrome with no option for black and they came black (which is what I wanted) and heated so I had install relay and the switch. They needed to change the photograph online took some research tracking the part number at other sites and it's a flip up mirror.
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