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Old 03-02-2015, 12:59 AM   #1
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So Ive been searching and can't seem to find the review/install thread that a member on here did on the 1a auto power fold Mirrors. Anyone remember this thread? It was pretty informative. Thanks
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I've been looking at these too. How different are they than those offered by Tasca?
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Tasca is an oem vendor. The oem power folds are around $1600 last time I checked. These are $500.

I know there was a member that had a white lariat or KR that had a good write up but I can't find it.
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We offer a lifetime warranty on our mirrors, they're made well. If you guys have any questions, you can PM me too.

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i love mine, they are built well lights work well. everything fit perfectly as it should. Only complaint is some wind noise I will have to sort out but nothing major.
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i love mine, they are built well lights work well. everything fit perfectly as it should. Only complaint is some wind noise I will have to sort out but nothing major.
Do you have wind noise from your passenger side mirror? I do too at times and it bothers the **** out of me..
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Do you have wind noise from your passenger side mirror? I do too at times and it bothers the **** out of me..

Both, come spring time I am going to try to find something else to seal them up better
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I have the OEM powerscope tow mirrors on my 2014 and I have wind noise as well, as does every Super Duty with them. not really sure there is a fix for it.
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I have the OEM powerscope tow mirrors on my 2014 and I have wind noise as well, as does every Super Duty with them. not really sure there is a fix for it.
we have to floater 2014 f250's at work and i drive both of them with very minimal wind noise compared to my truck.
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We offer a lifetime warranty on our mirrors, they're made well. If you guys have any questions, you can PM me too.

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Can you guys paint the mirrors there by chance?
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