I heard stories of bad vibrations in aftermarket mirrors. Maybe that was the problem.
Vee wrote:I had aftermarket tow mirrors on my 1500 and had good luck with them. No real issue with vibration. Mine were not powerfolding, but had heat, puddle light and turn signal. Olyelr, I would hold out for tow mirrors. I hated my non tow mirrors. Full convex mirror on the passenger side is a pain to back a trailer.
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MikeKey wrote:You can see around the trailer enough. But I prefer the large convex on the bottom that the tow mirror provides. There is no convex on my current mirrors.
FirerescuePW wrote:I don"t have any issues with the amount of flat mirror on my 3G. I think the surface area is pretty close to a 4G. I would get the tow mirrors. Have you test drove a regular 2500 with and without? That should tell you if you can work with them.
Colibri wrote:Nice man! You've got a seriously well trained wife/spotter!
2011TXPowerWagon wrote:How did you get that hook strap?? I want one
Will wrote:You can get a new bumper shell for $400 or less if you want to keep the factory look. Also, they're not that hard to tweak. The bolt holes that hold the "shell" on have plenty of movement in them for up/down and side to side.
On your rear tire. It looks fine, did you check to make sure it would clear the rear diff cover and full compression, that would be the only thing I can think of the make sure of. Looking good with those tires.
Reloaderguy wrote:The spare might not clear the diff guards.
My bumper is crooked too. I figure I'll eventually have it off so why bother straightening it.
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