Reviewed By Bob N (Mansfield, TX) —10/6/2015 7:09 AM
Very happy with product
Reviewed By James S (Georgetown, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado —9/23/2015 6:18 AM
I have a Chevy pickup and a 30' trailer. The $20 suction cup towing mirrors just didn't cut it so I put these on. Just three nuts and a plug and I was in business. The top portion of the mirror is large and has a great field of vision. The bottom portion gives a great blind spot view, but even more, it shows me where the trailer wheels are. These also extend out, as needed, for a better view. While they cost more than the $20 tow mirrors, they are worth every penny.
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