:umno: My old 2000 had the sport mirrors and they sucked!!! You couldnt see crap out of them....you cant beat the blind spot mirrors on the tow mirrors...and the main glass is a lot bigger then the sport ones...I despised the tow mirrors till I had them for a few miles...:woot:Power Stroke said:the tow mirrors look nicer and extend for towing but for general driving the sport mirrors offer way better visibility, i HATE my tow mirrors.
There is a complete kit that allows you to do the swap. Let me know if you need one.lilshmo said:Does anyone know if the small mirrors that came on some of the 2000 trucks can be replaced with the towing mirrors. I mean as far as the plugs matching and working? Thanks for your input.
I don't even think they were ok for everyday driving. I have alot better field of view with the tow mirrors in rush hour traffic without having to turn to look. That has kept me from squashing a few rice burners.4cstr said:I towed our first camper with those tiny sport mirrors. Never again. They were ok for everyday driving...but if you plan on doing, or do tow...the trailer tow mirrors are a life saver...
CAPman said:dfuser...how much is the kit to convert the mirrors? And do they work on converting from the sport to any year/model? I also have a 2000 PSD F250 with the sport mirrors and want to change to the towing mirrors. Saw some on ebay but the guy doesn't know if they are interchangeable.
If you don't mind pmme the prices on the non powered, got a 2000 F-250, just pulled a trailer in from Hot Springs to here and i couldn't see. Time for an upgradedfuser said:You can convert them if you have the correct plugs.
You have three options on towing mirrors:
Powered+Heated (The heat option require you to wire them via an additional switch)
I'll PM you the prices.