Reviewed By Andrew M (WORTHINGTON, WV) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford F-350 —9/27/2016 8:11 AM
I've installed three of these now. No problems and they work great.
Reviewed By Robert B (West Point, UT) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma —5/18/2016 6:27 PM
Installed these on my 2006 Toyota Tacoma and I can't believe how much I love them. yes the main mirror portion does vibrate slightly but it's nothing that bothers me well worth the change and well worth the money. I ordered chrome with no option for black and they came black (which is what I wanted) and heated so I had install relay and the switch. They needed to change the photograph online took some research tracking the part number at other sites and it's a flip up mirror.
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