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Old 05-26-2010, 04:36 PM   #1
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Default Anyone installing 2011 side mirror glass on 2010?

I want the 2011 side mirrors since they have the integrated "blind spot" area. The glass can be purchased for around $80 (total, for both LH and RH). Installation seems fairly straight forward but I'm a little nervous to try it without some advise from others. I've attached the Ford PDF for replacing the glass.

My Ford dealer wants $50 per side in labor! You gotta be kidding me. At first he said $100 per side, when I laughed, he brought it down to $50.
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Old 05-26-2010, 05:06 PM   #2
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Having had these mirrors on a new mariner, and now on my 2011 mustang, they are amazing. I still look over my shoulder, but really you don't have a blind spot once you get used to using both mirrors
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FML. Guess another thing to order at the Ford dealer tomorrow when I go in for getting my TPMS sensors swapped over.
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FML. Guess another thing to order at the Ford dealer tomorrow when I go in for getting my TPMS sensors swapped over.
Nice, you can be our guinea pig
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Nice, you can be our guinea pig
Wouldn't be the first time.

I've swapped over mirrors before on my previous car, went to wide angle, blue tinted, heated mirrors.

It would be nice if these were heated.
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I planned on doing this. Thanks for reminding me!
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NP. Kevin at Clevenger Ford sells them for $85.95 shipped (plus tax if you are in CA). His phone number is 1-800-570-5554. You might have to mention you're from the Mustang forum.

My local dealer quoted me $32 each but I think he was looking at the 2010 side mirror glass.
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NP. Kevin at Clevenger Ford sells them for $85.95 shipped (plus tax if you are in CA). His phone number is 1-800-570-5554. You might have to mention you're from the Mustang forum.

My local dealer quoted me $32 each but I think he was looking at the 2010 side mirror glass.
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Is this for seeing TWO lanes over? Because if you have your side mirrors adjusted properly, there is no blind spot one lane over unless you are in a curve in which case you should do a head check anyway. Of course, 95% of cars on the road have the side mirrors improperly adjusted to show the same view as the windshield-mounted rear view mirror.
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Is this for seeing TWO lanes over? Because if you have your side mirrors adjusted properly, there is no blind spot one lane over unless you are in a curve in which case you should do a head check anyway. Of course, 95% of cars on the road have the side mirrors improperly adjusted to show the same view as the windshield-mounted rear view mirror.
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