Busted your side mirrors? Replace ‘em with Fit System Replacement Mirrors. These side view mirrors meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards so you know they’re legit. And, some models offer a chrome option. Backed by a 60-day warranty.
Get a clear line of sight on your trailer, toy box or other load with Longview Towing Slip-On-Mirrors. Specially sized to match your side-views, these slide-on towing mirrors are easy to mount and take off—no tools needed. Sold in pairs. 2-year warranty.
Replace your mirrors for half the price. CIPA Replacement Side View Mirrors fit and look stock, but don’t carry the insane factory sticker price. These side mirrors are custom-made from tough materials. Easy installation—no drilling. 1-year warranty.
Let everyone know you’re coming over with side mirrors that act as a second set of signals. Street Scene Cal-Vu Signal Mirrors feature blinking forward and/or rear lights that display your lane-changing intentions. Manual or electric. No-drill install. 3-year warranty.
Boost visibility and looks with Street Scene Cal-Vu Sport Mirrors. These streamlined side mirrors are custom-made from durable ABS that’s easy to paint. Get your direct replacement mirrors in manual or electric. Optional heated glass. Drilling rarely required. 3-year warranty.
Get the look that’s electrifying the Autobahn with CIPA’s Lighted Euro Sport Side View Mirrors. These wicked mirrors sync with your turn signals or stay shining with your running lights. Available in Blue, Green, Amber and Clear. Drilling rarely required. 1-year warranty.
Not sure which 2006 Chevy Silverado Side View Mirrors are right for you? We have over 313 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Profile of the mirrors look good, instalation was really
easy with all parts available. I had an issue with the
top bolt on the mounting plate that attatches to the passenger door not being set well in the hole because
the threads seemed a little striped and wouldn't hold the
mount but auto anything and street scene made good on the
part and sent out a new one. There was also an indention
on the same mounting plate from the molding process I guess.
There are some creases on the mirror shell from the moulding
that will need to be sanded flat before painting. Good low
profile design though and a good add on for any truck. Looks
better than the bulky oem mirrors and have a smooth finish
to be painted." —Chris A from Arkadelphia, AR bought a Street Scene Cal-Vu Sport Mirrors for a 2006 Chevy Silverado.