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Old 11-29-2013, 09:53 PM   #11
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Hey Tony...that is great news...keep us posted on when they are available...I bought the tow mirrors from you this year and love them on my 12...but I must admit there are times when I miss the fact that they are not power fold...I have that option on my truck and I will be happy when I can use it again. I assume this will be just like my mirrors now which have everything heat, power, manual telescoping, defrost, etc. with the power fold added.. awesome ...can't wait.
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Please message me when these are available!
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Please let me know when you have these ready to go, I might be in.

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I'm very interested..
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Can someone advise how far these mirrors stick out from the side of the truck? I'd like to know if I will have a "fit issue" for parking.
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The oems stick out about 3" more per side.
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The oems stick out about 3" more per side.
Can a guy just buy the OEM towing mirrors, are they power folding??
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Can a guy just buy the OEM towing mirrors, are they power folding??
The power folding ones from ford are about $750 per side.
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Here's a sneak peek at the power fold tow mirrors that are in the works are in the works for the F150 2004-2008 & F150 2009-13. I've received quite a few requests for them in the past, and wanted to give you guys a heads up that these are being developed. Feel free to post any questions or comments below. tow mirror
When are these going to be available? Impatient person here!
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Our manufacturer is working on these. They won't stick out any further than the stock ones. They would come pre-wired for an easy installation.

As I receive more details, I'll pass them along to you guys. We're probably looking at around spring time before we have them available to us.

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