Reviewed By robert r (Altamonte Springs, FL) Reviewed for a 1996 Dodge Ram —11/8/2008 3:40 AM
Reviewed By Stanley W (Woodbridge, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram —3/29/2008 8:06 AM
The mirrors look excellent and give the truck a slick and clean racing look once painted to match truck color. The installation took about 4/5 hours and was fairly easy. With the forward & rear turn signal option, you get a custom look that turns heads and adds a great safety feature. The biggest difficulty in installation was re-attaching the rubber wire boots that connect from the door to the body. In hind sight, I should have left the boots attached and just poked through the boot and directed the wire through the extra hole under the wiring harness. Locating and attaching the signal wires to the trailer hitch wiring harness was easy and came with good instructions for locating he correct wires. If there is any negative aspect to the mirrors, it would be that you lose some of your "rear sight area" as the street scene mirrors are smaller than the stock mirrors. That said, if you're trying to "trick out" your work/towing vehicle this is not the mirror for you. I attached after market 1-1/2" blind spot, round mirrors, to the inside, bottom corner of the street scene mirrors and eliminated all blind spot issues for daily driving. A unforeseen added benefit was the lower profile mirror eliminated the cross-traffic blind spot issues at intersections from the sight obstruction the the stock passenger mirror created. If you're making a show truck or want a street racer look, this is the mirror for you.
Reviewed By Robert J (Yelm, WA) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-150 —12/15/2007 6:39 PM
Not only did these mirrors allow me to upgrade from the factory, they were less expensive and easier to install than trying to convert from manual to electric on my own. It had everything I needed to make it happen with just a couple hours in the driveway. When everyone else said they didn't have anything. Thanks Street Scene