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Old 11-26-2013, 01:20 PM   #1
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Default F150 Power Fold Tow Mirrors are in the works

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.

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Any more info?? Who is making them, power, heat, memory, puddle lights etc...? My '11 has the tow mirrors due to the max tow. Can these be adapted to fold if my truck doesn't have that option now?

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How does the front of the glass look. Are the power gold, extend, heat, and power adjusting? What extra switches would I have to add in to make the power extending work. Any idea on pricing and release date?
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Are they going to be plug n play? I have a 05 with heat and would like to have power fold.
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Other than the power fold, are they any different than your part number "1AMRP01246 "? Dual mirrors on each head, with heat? I see there are turns included on there.

I'm guessing a new door switch with power fold option and some new wiring to the mirrors with complying connectors should be all that is needed.

Very interested.......
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