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- Enhance your pickup’s exterior with K-Source Universal Truck Side View Mirrors
- Universal mirror designed to fit most pickup trucks
- Choose from standard truck mirrors or full-size, towing style mirrors
- Truck Mirrors include lens and a black or chrome housing
- Universal Truck Side Mirrors are sold individually and require custom installation
- Your K-Source Universal Truck Side View Mirrors carry a 90-day warranty
Your truck’s body size has the advantage when it comes to heavyweight tasks. But, your rugged pickup is less than agile when it comes to pulling in and out of tight spaces. Replace that missing mirror the easy and affordable way—with K-Source Universal Truck Side View Mirrors.
These Universal Truck Mirrors are designed to fit most pickup trucks, from your retro rig to your late model super duty, and are available in standard size truck mirrors or full-size towing style mirrors (custom installation required).
Universal Side Truck Mirrors come complete with the lens and are available in your choice of black or chrome housings. K-Source Universal Truck Side Mirrors are sold individually and are backed with a 90-day warranty.
K-Source Universal Truck Side View Mirrors Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Dallas G (Demorest, GA) Reviewed for a 1988 Ford Econoline — Apr 13, 2018 9:45 AM
They look great after getting them installed. A little challenging to figure out how to hang them and it took two persons to do the job right. They are not the quality of an OEM mirror on a tractor truck but they are of good quality. Would buy them again.
Reviewed by lanny m (TALLADEGA, AL) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford F-150 — Jan 18, 2018 2:49 PM
they are a gm style mirror but they do a better job than any ford mirror i have seen.
Reviewed by Charles L (Mount Clemens, MI) — Oct 19, 2017 8:19 AM
Bought 1 worked good for a year then the glass mirror fell out of the frame driving down the road. I bought another and the glass fell out the 1st time I closed my door. It didn't break somehow so I used some loctight spray glue on the gasket . it seemed to be holding. I checked it before a trip seemed to be stuck on good. 50 miles later it fell off.
Reviewed by Calvin D (Du Bois, PA) Reviewed for a 1954 Chevy C/K Pickup — May 31, 2017 7:12 PM
These jr west coast type mirrors are identical to ones i am replacing Old ones are over 10yrs old Never any problem except all hardware should have been stainless. Mirror housing still shines bright.You must drill 4 holes for mounting.I used stainless bolts acorn nuts and washers They are well made .A good product Great price Keep waxed or clear coat .