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Old 10-05-2007, 09:44 AM
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Hay defuser I never heated mirrors before. I was told on my 04 that I did not have to turn them on that they were on the the key was turned to the start position. Is that turn? I that how the heat works on your 08 mirrors? Do the mirrors have marker and turn signal lights? Are they bright?
How much larger are the mirrors than the older style?
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The 08 mirrors he sells are the OEM mirrors you can see on an 2008 Super Duty. Stop by a dealer or find one on the road somewhere to see the difference in person. The 08's are a good bit larger and provide a much better spot mirror. Yes the heat turns on when the ignition is on. You can get the mirrors with or without the marker/turn signal lights. They are bright enough to pass DOT/OEM specs.
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Old 10-05-2007, 10:32 AM
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Heat is built in, and is most likely in your specific model managed by a timer inside the truck. The mirrors do have Heat, Side marker and turn signal , and yes they are bright.
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Old 10-25-2007, 11:08 AM
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There are double throw rocker switches available from places like McMaster-Carr. They spring back to center when released. Guys with older trucks,mines an 04 can use these for a retrofit. I personally don't need the heat feature. I like the power in and out and flip feature. I fold mine back every time I park in a lot.
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can you get them in chrome
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I saw there was a kit on ebay to put a crhome cover on them,
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I saw that also but it does not look as good as my chrome 05 stock ones
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Got my 08 mirrors from Dfuser today. Had them installed in about an hour. I used butt connectors to wire them in and had to figure out a couple of wires as they were different than the sheet Bill sent with the mirrors. Bottom line is the install is simple and the new mirrors look good to me. I'm very pleased with the view in the bigger spot mirrors. Dfuser's service was excellent including very fast shipping.
getting ready to install the mirrors on my '06 what are the wire differences?
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so i have a 2001 f350 and was wondering if the power fold will work on mine because i have those real small crappy ones and would love to update them thanks
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Old 07-02-2008, 06:48 PM
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Yes they will work. We sellthe mirrors with our switches to make them fold and extend.
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ok sweet thanks that will be the next mod to come thanks i cant wait
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Got my 08 mirrors from Dfuser today. Had them installed in about an hour. I used butt connectors to wire them in and had to figure out a couple of wires as they were different than the sheet Bill sent with the mirrors. Bottom line is the install is simple and the new mirrors look good to me. I'm very pleased with the view in the bigger spot mirrors. Dfuser's service was excellent including very fast shipping.
Do you know what the wiring is for this? I am trying to replace mine and the colors are not matching up...
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