CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors Customer Reviews
184 Customer Reviews
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Whoever said that “getting there is half the fun" obviously never had to haul around a 5th wheeler, horse trailer or boat. When you've got a big load in tow, just changing lanes can be a hair-raising experience, especially if you can't see around your rig. Take the stress out of transporting your trailers with a CIPA Custom Towing Mirror. Simply slide this mirror extender over your stock side views to keep a close eye on your surroundings. You can even adjust the glass to the ideal viewing angle.
Your CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors don't stick out like a sore thumbs. They're custom sculpted to fit seamlessly over your factory mirrors. Plus, their aerodynamic shaping fights off wind whistle and vibration.
Installing your CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors is a snap. They slip right onto your existing mirrors-no tools or drilling needed. And, their robust ABS construction can bear the most punishing abuse. Includes a 1-year warranty.
184 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jason M (East Peoria, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado — Jul 23, 2014 11:12 AM
I bought these towing mirrors to use when I pull my travel trailer. The price was the lowest I had found online and I was surprised how quickly they arrived. Install was a breeze. It took less than two minutes. These mirrors make backing into a camping spot very easy. I would highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by GLEN F (MARIETTA, OH) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Viper — Jul 17, 2014 3:33 AM
Purchased to replace a set of strap-on mirror extensions that always seemed to shake. The CIPA mirrors are completely stable with no movement during driving. Fit my 2010 Dodge 1500 perfectly and looks super. Much better than the strap-on style of extended mirror. Only two issues: wish the mounting wedge had a short lanyard to hold to the mirror so I do not loose it when the mirrors are not installed on the truck. Also, this mirror takes up more room in the back seat than the strap-on.
Reviewed by Otto R (Jerome, ID) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado — Jul 13, 2014 8:14 PM
The mirrors are just too small next to the original ones. Also the need to adjust them is not there unless you pull over to do so. My mistake buying 'em. Thought I could get by cheaper. I was not happy with the purchase.
Reviewed by ronald s (boyertown, PA) — Jun 20, 2014 6:09 AM
I have used this type of add on mirror on 2 other vehicles...an 1985 1 ton chevy van and a 1995 k2500 Suburban...they were both very easy to install and worked well...the Tundra mirror took more time to install as the shim kept moving out of the guide channel when tightening...once installed it worked well and I had a good view of the trailer...one thing to keep in mind is that the Tundra stock mirror is huge and with the additional mirror installed it creates a larger blind spot on both sides
Reviewed by Nathan C (WINSTON, OR) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jun 19, 2014 2:38 AM
These towing mirrors are the bomb. They are a inexpensive way to have towing mirrors with out paying big money for the replacement towing mirrors. They are not cheap looking. They fit perfect.