Duramax Lifetime Supporter
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: Sparks, NV
I have the same exact issues you are having. At first, I wasn't happy about how much closer the passenger side was than the driver side. But then I realized that just about every duramax with tow mirrors has this issue. I had the same thing on the Kool-Vues I had prior. There are metal "tabs" (for lack of a better term) that push on the metal plate that pushes on the spring in the base of the mirror. You might be able to reposition the mirror by using a different tab to push on the spring. I havent tried it, nor do I intend to as I have just gotten used to it all...and my OCD is strong.
Yeah I know what tab you're talking about, seems like more work than it's worth to try and reposition it. maybe I can build a little weld up to create a new tab.
for now I'm going to check with the dealership about replacement convex mirror glass. I can't stand the distorted Chinese lower mirror... lol
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