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Slip on tow mirrors

Discussion in 'Towing' started by blubuckaroo, Jun 21, 2014.

  1. blubuckaroo

    blubuckaroo [OP] Active Member

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    I'm planning to tow my little 15' travel trailer with my 2012 extra cab. I haven't been able to locate a set of the slip on extension mirrors that are made specifically for a Tacoma. If those aren't available, what would be a solid, reliable choice?
     
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    Power extend/retract towing mirrors,brake controller,30amp charging system for TT,snug top camper
    They don't make slip on mirrors for tacoma, your only choice is the strap-on style mirrors that vibrate so bad you'll get motion sickness
     
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    I have a pair of "clip on" mirrors that I picked up off Amazon that were universal fit. They were ok but I did not like the look of them and the way they clipped to the mirror housing interfered with the base mirror adjustment. I recently installed the ProEFX mirrors on my truck and love them. Great product that I would recommend over the clip on style. They are listed under the group buy tab. The owner, Rob, is a member here on TW. Check them out. good luck
     
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    I have tried a few of the clap on ones none of them worked real well they just never seem to stay in place.
     
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    I agree. ProEFX is the way to go.
     
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