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Yeah umm those are $157 per side before shipping
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why do you need power mirrors? It works with manual
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Yeah umm those are $157 per side before shipping
Call them, ask for a better price.
I did on my Lvl II Shifter Boots and Bezel and got a lower price.
doesn’t hurt to ask.

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p.s. Manual Mirrors $uck big time.
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My post wasn't about them sucking or not I simply asked ben why he needs the power . I rather have manual everything less bullsh!t that can go wrong specially since my truck doesn't stay on the street

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My post wasn't about them sucking or not I simply asked ben why he needs the power . I rather have manual everything less bullsh!t that can go wrong specially since my truck doesn't stay on the street
Or Manuals are for people with abnormally long arms so they can adjust the passenger’s side while driving… not to mention my Passenger’s side Mirror NEVER stays in one place.
AND if you had elect mirrors off-road and you needed to see what was on the passenger side of the vehicle while going over a rock or two or backing up then the electrics would be the best and easiest way to go BOTH for Streeties and Off-Roading.
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I just wanted the power mirrors cause the mirror glass would snap right in. I wasent planning on hooking the power up. I have manual everything.
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ah makes sense now. I was just curious because i saw STL's thread and there were steps for manual mirrors in there also meaning they'd also work
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ah makes sense now. I was just curious because i saw STL's thread and there were steps for manual mirrors in there also meaning they'd also work
Yeah but my luck I would break the new glass thats the reason thats my last resort
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Yeah but my luck I would break the new glass thats the reason thats my last resort
lol makes sense. I have 1 power mirror somewhere you can have for free if i find it
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the funny thing is once you stop looking for them they will be all over the place
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You want mine ben?
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Actually Yeah How much for them?
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I still Need The power Mirrors. Just sent Pedro a message on facebook and hopefully he can find the one mirror he has.
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I still Need The power Mirrors. Just sent Pedro a message on facebook and hopefully he can find the one mirror he has.
I have a driver side power mirror I could sell you cheap, its off a 99 and just sitting around doing nothing, shoot me a PM if your interested.
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I have a driver side power mirror I could sell you cheap, its off a 99 and just sitting around doing nothing, shoot me a PM if your interested.
Alright Pedro actually says he has a Driverside one so if that falls through I will hit you up
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Alright Pedro actually says he has a Driverside one so if that falls through I will hit you up
How soon do you need the mirrors ?

Snowing here in the N.E. and everything is dependent on the weather and temp.
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No hurry really. I would like them as soon as I can get them as soon a I can but no rush

The inside of the mirror has to be able to mount this style glass so 2001.5 - 2005 should all match
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When I get the snow cleared away I will be headed to a local JY and see what is available.

2001.5-2005 just Rangers or are the Explorers the same ?
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2001.5-2005 just Rangers or are the Explorers the same ?
Most of the Ex mirror is the same but the triangular mount is a different shape and won't fit the Ranger door.
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2001.5-2005 just Rangers or are the Explorers the same ?
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Most of the Ex mirror is the same but the triangular mount is a different shape and won't fit the Ranger door.
Believe it or not the explorer guts look different than the ranger ones. At least thats how all the exploders were when I went
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Sorry no Rangers w/pwrd mirrors.
A few Explorers and Mountaineers.

I have a set of Ex Mirrors with Puddle Lights and a broken drivers-side glass but I think I promised them to someone if I didn’t use them.
I need to wait and review my messages and if I didn’t promise them and they work for you then we can determine a course of action.
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Sorry no Rangers w/pwrd mirrors.
A few Explorers and Mountaineers.

I have a set of Ex Mirrors with Puddle Lights and a broken drivers-side glass but I think I promised them to someone if I didn’t use them.
I need to wait and review my messages and if I didn’t promise them and they work for you then we can determine a course of action.
10-4 any chance you can peek and see what the back of the mirror glass looks like?
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f*ck, sorry Ben i keep forgetting to remove that mirror! Long weekend though so I should have it removed by Monday for sure
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