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Aftermarket Mirrors?

Alright, I've got a question. I see Jusnes Modified has mirrors from 93-06 as the same but I want these mirrors: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/98-99...32037321QQrdZ1 It doesn't say anything about 04. They look like they'd be exactly the same but I don't know if they are or not. Plus for 30 bucks I won't get them cheaper. I don't know how they sell these this cheap and so many of them and make money unless they're made by 8 year olds in Indonesia. But has anyone else ran into this or would anyone else happen to know hopefully? I'd like to do something next week relatively inexpensive.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/93-01...QQcmdZViewItem Actually more like those since I have manual mirrors but you get my point...
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AFAIK, the 2002~2005 are identical. The mirrors for a number of years before 2002 have a different internal parts but I believe that they will interchange with the 2002~2005 as a complete assembly.
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AFAIK, the 2002~2005 are identical. The mirrors for a number of years before 2002 have a different internal parts but I believe that they will interchange with the 2002~2005 as a complete assembly.
Internal parts? I have manual mirrors, all I'm worried about is 3 bolt holes lining up and the triangles being the same size...
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Internal parts? I have manual mirrors, all I'm worried about is 3 bolt holes lining up and the triangles being the same size...
The mirrors themselves are not exactly the same but, as I said, I believe that they will interchange as an assembly.
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Alright. Thanks for your help on that. I'm hoping others will give me some input as well because everyone on here can't have stock mirrors.
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Hey man, what I did was look at the Street Scene Mirrors on stylinconcepts and they say that the mirrors fit 94-04 and 93+ so yeah, Im almost positive that they should fit, heh. You can even check if you want but yeah. http://www.stylinconcepts.com/parts....categoryID/349 Is where I verified.
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Bob i have 2001 mirrors on my 1993 ranger. the are same mounting and shape at the base fit fine. so its more like 1993-2005 lol...
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Yeah, you should be fine with no problems at all. heh. I just wanted to search cause I have an 00 with mirrors so didn't have any personal experiences to answer it.
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Thank you for your help guys. I'm not a big fan of my mirrors. There are a lot of things I need worse but I think that I can break the bank for 30 bucks and do a lot more then some other things.
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Heh, get the Street Scene Dual Signal mirrors. I plan on gettin those next time I get mirrors, but thats not till the summer when I do my body work and remove the side markers I installed where the Ford Ranger Symbol used to be. Expensive but look good, heh. I have the normal Street Scene Mirrors, got them for a good deal, and I love em. Good Luck!
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I'm pretty content without the turn signals and all. They're nice but I don't have too much use for them other then appearance wise and I don't really feel like wiring either. I thought about doing that and wiring them to my turn signals myself but that would involve wiring from my door into my dash and such and I'd rather have less then make it ghetto. Besides I'm not making money right now at work and I still want to have the electric fan from Jusnes this month too...
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Its cool man, as lon as you have your priorities straight, your set.
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If you want mirrors, I'd go with the Street Scene mirrors. I had a 94 Ranger that I put M3 mirrors on from ebay (the kind with LED signals in them). Sure they looked better then the flag style, but fix and finish they were not. The mirrors shaked so you couldn,t see clearly. My thought is put a little more money into your next mirrors.
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My friend go tthe M3 ones also and said that the light on them is very dim and they chip very easily and don't look very aesteticly pleasing.
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Worst that will happen is I won't like them and I'll sell them cheap to someone who does.
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Alright. Well I got these in the mail today. I installed them. So far they're not a bad setup. They're small and hard to get used to. But I have no rattling or appearance problems yet.


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color match them !
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I'm not to hot on them but yeah, glad you like them!
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color match them !
I figured I'd do that when I get my rollpan.
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good idea, probably cost less to do them together.
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i used to have those mirrors in "chrome" looked good for a year, but then i got tired of them and got Street Scene ones
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i used to have those mirrors in "chrome" looked good for a year, but then i got tired of them and got Street Scene ones
Yeah, I figured I'd see if I liked them or not before I jumped in and painted them or anything. So I'm waiting a couple weeks before I buy a rollpan. I work at a dealership so having them painted isn't a problem but I'm not going to waste my money on it either.
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