Longview Towing Slip-On-Mirrors Customer Reviews
27 Customer Reviews
Towing a trailer can be tricky business. With all that extra weight at your back, you gotta pay extra attention to traffic so you can respond in time to whatever situation arises. Visibility and safety go hand in hand. And, there's no easier way to extend your line of sight than with Longview Towing Slip-On-Mirrors.
Whether you're pulling a boat trailer to the lake or a toy box to the desert, Longview Towing Mirrors give you a clearer view of your rig's backside. Specially sized to attach directly to your stock side-views, Longview Slip On Towing Mirrors mount in minutes without any tools needed. Just slide them into place, tighten the tension hook, and you're ready to haul. When you reach your destination, simply pop ‘em off and set them aside until the next tow.
Premium materials and careful craftsmanship go into every pair of Longview Trailer Towing Mirrors. They're sold in pairs, come complete with installation instructions and are backed by a 2-year warranty.
27 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David F (Martinez, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Sunday at 7:34 PM
Researched long and hard for mirrors that would fit my 2013 Ram 1500 Laramie with chrome mirrors. Had heard issues with other towing mirrors because of the chrome mirrors. Talked online with autoanything and they reassured me that these would work. And they fir like a glove. Very secure. Installation is a cinch. Have not driven with them yet, but with how secure they are, I don't see any issues.
Reviewed by Thomas D (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Jul 07, 2014 7:50 AM
purchased mirrors for towing a 20' travel trailer. First experience was to pull trailer to Daytona Beach from Houston and back. Mirrors slipped on, as advertised. fit mirrors very well. Did not damage factory mirror finish, did not obstruct courtesy light in bottom of factory mirror. A little skeptical about plastic hooks the hold slip on to factory, but worked well, did not shake or vibrate while on interstate. Very pleased with purchase and would recommend
Reviewed by David D (Dixon, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Jun 25, 2014 3:23 PM
I have the puddle, turn signals, power fold and heated mirrors and they are easy to install, perfect fit. I have only used them once so I am still getting use to them. The left slip-on does a great job. The right slip-on I am still trying to find the right adjustment for me. My right truck mirror is convex and the slip on is not which is causing some getting use to. Maybe the right one should have been convex too for better balance between them.
Reviewed by Gerard S (Loxahatchee, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Jun 08, 2014 12:55 PM
I tried these mirrors for towing my boat. They came without the locking screw parts and only one foam pad to protect the painted side of the mirror housing. When the missing parts came in (only a couple of days)I initially thought they would be a good purchase. Then I went out on the road. The adjustable screw locking parts don't hold the mirrors in place and they have a tendency to move away from the car with wind resistance. So after a few miles they are useless.
Reviewed by Dennis S (Coeur D Alene, ID) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Sequoia — Jun 05, 2014 6:21 AM
I purchased this mirror for my '06 toyota sequoia to haul my trailer. the mirror its self is very clear and actually enlarges the image a little bit. the housing could be improved, it doesnt seem to fit over the oem mirror as nice as it does in the picture and the bracket that secures the slip on mirror to the oem mirror seems kind of cheesy (basically just plastic hooks). i suspect after a year or two the bracket will get brittle and break, but so far so good.