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OEM Super Duty Mirrors

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by Dan85, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. Dan85

    Dan85 Senior Member
    Messages: 670

    Are all Super Duty Mirrors ('08-10) with the power, heat, and turn signal option the same from model to model? Would a 250's mirrors be the same as a 550?

    Also, any idea where to find an OEM replacement? I've looked on ebay and they seem to go for about $300-400 a mirror. I'm looking for one that's heated, powered, and has a turn signal. Ebay has some generic copies for about $150, not sure if they would match.

    I've never been to a U-Pull it type place, but do they generally stock such late model parts?

    And yes, somehow after years of putting the trucks away I manged to finally catch one and break it. Thankfully, it was only the most expensive one. :dizzy:

    Thanks in advance
    - Dan
     
  2. rb8484

    rb8484 Senior Member
    Messages: 419

    Well, if you are good about breaking mirrors, go with the aftermarket ones. I bought mine 2 years ago and have not had a single problem with them, I have power, heat, turn, and parking lights in mine. They fit real nice and you wouldnt even know they are not OEM. I took a gamble with the aftermarkets, and all has turned out well. Some will say to stay away from the aftermarkets, but like I said, i have not had a single problem with mine in the 2 years i have had mine.
     
  3. Dan85

    Dan85 Senior Member
    Messages: 670

  4. Pinky Demon

    Pinky Demon PlowSite.com Addict
    from Ohio
    Messages: 1,121

    I second that. I bought a set of the 03-07 Concave Heated, Lighted Towing mirrors and have not had a problem with them...yet. Only thing I have noticed is that they vibrate a bit more at speeds and I can't quite figure out how to adjust the blind spot mirror for optimal viewing angle yet.