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Old 02-16-2005, 12:56 PM   #1
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When I bought my truck I asked the manager to throw a set of tow mirrors in the deal,he said sure,but they were manual and I would have to give up my power adjust and defrost.I said forget it ,I figured I would go after market.Well the power ones were available and he was either a big fat dummy or I was.So I got the oem's on e-bay today and put them on in about 20 minutes.I feel like a little kid at Christmas,they are awsome.I told my wife to come check em out,she kind of looked at me funny and says ,they're just mirrors right?
Oh well,don't take much for me I guess,to get all stupid and stuff.I paid around $ 75.00 less than Mopar wanted,so I think I did good
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When I bought my truck I asked the manager to throw a set of tow mirrors in the deal,he said sure,but they were manual and I would have to give up my power adjust and defrost.I said forget it ,I figured I would go after market.Well the power ones were available and he was either a big fat dummy or I was.So I got the oem's on e-bay today and put them on in about 20 minutes.I feel like a little kid at Christmas,they are awsome.I told my wife to come check em out,she kind of looked at me funny and says ,they're just mirrors right?
Oh well,don't take much for me I guess,to get all stupid and stuff.I paid around $ 75.00 less than Mopar wanted,so I think I did good
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Old 02-16-2005, 03:06 PM   #3
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Hey Frankie,
Anytime you save money it is good!!! The more you save on other things, the more you can spend on vacation !! Looking forward to seeing you guys this week end !!!!
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Alright Frankie, the boys with their toy's!!!!! I just got a few new things fro my Beast, and I am going to install witht he help of Rich next week. Looking foward to seeing you guys at the spring Rally!
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The power tow mirrors was one of the reasons I upgraded from my 01.5 to the current truck. Your dealer is a big fat dummy.
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