Reviewed By Louis H (Rootstown, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan —5/24/2017 5:18 AM
grip is tight-
Reviewed By William D (Niagara Falls, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan —2/8/2012 2:59 PM
Finished result is excellent. The fit was off by about a 1/4 inch the first time I did it. I took off the padding that came with the mirror and used the paddding from the old mirror which was thinner and that fixed it. Still a bit off at the top but that is probably because I didn't notice I had to take off the rubber corner protector so the first time I put it on it got seated wrong. Take the rubber protector off. It seemed obvious afterwards. Doh! A little tricky to put on. I had to remove the whole door panel and the internet had 10+ wrong articles on removing my door panel before I finally found one that was right (2008 Grand Caravan - only 2 screws then pry it off)
Reviewed By Douglas B (Elk Grove, CA) Reviewed for a 1985 Toyota Pickup —11/7/2017 7:44 PM
It's certainly better than the $5 mirror I picked up from another seller. It has the cheap, plastic look of the import market. It does, at least, keep its position while driving, which is more than I can say about the other one. It doesn't have the same feel of quality that the stock, original one on the driver's side has. But since Toyota isn't making many OEM parts for 80's vehicles, this one will do just fine.