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Old 08-29-2015, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Towing Mirrors for a 2015 Suburban

Anyone know of any towing mirrors that will fit a 2015 Suburban? Not having any success with the usuals. Even those advertised as fitting, the fit alls, etc. - NO JOY! Appreciate any help anyone may be able to provide. Thanks!
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Old 08-29-2015, 07:54 PM   #2
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If you haven't already, I'd give eTrailer.com a try .....

http://www.etrailer.com/fitguidetm.htm



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Old 08-30-2015, 10:14 AM   #3
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I recommend the Cipa mirrors like these;
http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...014-2018/80309

I have a set and they work great. They are easy to install & remove, won't scratch up the mirror housing and they don't vibrate when you're driving.

Right now CW has them for $5 off, but an internet search might find an even cheaper price.
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Old 08-30-2015, 12:23 PM   #4
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I looked at all types/styles of extending mirror and opted for a set of factory tow mirrors (electric & heated) to replace the factory standard mirrors.

They cost a bit more but have never been more pleased.

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When you say a "bit" more, do you mean like hundreds and hundreds of dollars more The towing mirrors I bought from eTrailer were $75 and I made sure I ordered the factory mirrors with our new truck this time around. If one were to add the Ram tow mirrors after the fact, it would cost about a $Grand.



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I purchased the factory (electric/heated) tow mirrors for my Ram on Ebay from a dealer in Nevada or Arizona or Texas ~ someplace around there for about $300 w/shipping. And I sold the non tow style (electric/heated) mirrors I removed on ebay for about $180 IIRC.
The cost difference was very reasonable IMO.


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I think my local dealer sells the individual tow mirrors (dealer retail) for about $475 and over $100 labor to install, so you definitely got a good deal there

The dealer probably pulled them off a truck who's owner didn't like them and changed them for the stockers.

And again, not everyone has your mechanical eptitude (is that a word ?)



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Thanks ~ I thought I did ok too. And swaping out the mirrors was pretty simple, remove 3 or 4 fastners, unplug wires, plug wires back in new mirrors and re=install the fastners (screws).

And this place has 'look alike' aftermarket ones....unfamiliar with the quality but the price is low.

http://www.truckchamp.com/towing-mir...FUGRHwodsd0Lmw

PS: I think the word is aptitude ??
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Here's another place selling Chinese counterparts ... similar to stock but not quite the same ...

http://www.1aauto.com/ram-1500-truck...s/mo-c/1773-23



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PS: I think the word is aptitude ??
"Eptitude" ..... the opposite of ineptitude



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PS: I think the word is aptitude ??
"Eptitude" ..... the opposite of ineptitude
Yup you are correct. A word I haven't used.
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I use these. No vibration and clear vision.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ilpage_o02_s00

They go on and off quickly and once setup very little tweaking is needed. I considered these pricey but after using them well worth the price.
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