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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-15-2017, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the pix. They look awesome. Did you wire up the signal on the mirror to run as a running light as well or just a signal?

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Thanks for the pix. They look awesome. Did you wire up the signal on the mirror to run as a running light as well or just a signal?
I personally am not a big fan of running lights, so I didn't bother to wire them up. They really give the LMM a better look, and i know around where I live no one has this set up on one so its kinda nice having a different look.

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Found these at 1A auto:

https://www.1aauto.com/mirror-pair/i...1074601&y=2008

Anybody got pix of older trucks using the new mirror style? Cant decide between the two options
If anyone needs help selecting or has questions about our tow mirrors I can help you out

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Are yours prone to vibrate? I know in the past the aftermarket mirror did, so folks bit the bullet and went OEM.

I have OEM and would like the 15+ body style mirror, but just want the vibrating.

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I personally am not a big fan of running lights, so I didn't bother to wire them up. They really give the LMM a better look, and i know around where I live no one has this set up on one so its kinda nice having a different look.
Did your lights have wires run already for running lights and just need a source to tap into? Or with your model does the install require taking the glass out and use resistors and such? (For signal function).

Im not sure if i want to run them with the running light or just signal... just curious how the wiring comes

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Did your lights have wires run already for running lights and just need a source to tap into? Or with your model does the install require taking the glass out and use resistors and such? (For signal function).

Im not sure if i want to run them with the running light or just signal... just curious how the wiring comes
The ones I got were just a simple plug in and done. The amazon site I got them from said they were a 2015 mirror build for later models, they don't have power fold but turn signals and everything worked just like they should. They do provide a little connecting wire for either the DRL lights or possibly an approach light set up? I never bothered to set that up so I cannot say for sure and there were not instructions for any info. Mine have a slight vibration at 70+ but i cant say it's any worse then what the OEM mirrors were like.

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