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Old 05-21-2011, 01:17 PM
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Anyone know of aftermarket power truck mirrors?

In my recent adventures of nearly buying an '05 Duramax 3500, I came to LOVE the power, heated, power-extendable towing mirrors on it, and now I am spoiled and wish my '92 3500 (gas) GMC p/u had 'em (it has the "camper mirrors" on it - which I have HATED since the day I bought it 12 years ago)

Since it looks like I may just keep the '92 for a few more years........

Any Idea of where I can get the "new" ones and degree of difficulty in putting them into a truck that has never had power mirrors of any kind?

Maybe if I score some from a boneyard, how hard is this to do?

Yes will have to weld up the 3 holes on each of the doors from the "camper mirrors" , but I'm not 100% sure the whole project will be worth doing at all.

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you can make the NBS mirriors work I think, but you'll need to wire them
http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forum/g...rs-gmt400.html
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Old 05-21-2011, 02:47 PM
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Thank you!

Thank you

Hmmmm....

I like the way the guy did that with "the underdash" control panel, too!
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