99 Suburban Tow Mirrors

Discussion in 'Towing' started by 99BurbK15, Nov 11, 2016.

  1. azblacksheep

    azblacksheep OBS Enthusiast

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    It's so worth it. Remove 2 out of the 4 screws and the headlight is out. Way better than jamming a firearm down to change headlights

    Welders can weld, and fitters can fit, but the porta-can-man knows his shit.
     
  2. 99BurbK15

    99BurbK15 Newbie

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    Well I finally got the mirrors got the mirrors installed. Everything works, heat/power, but it does take some getting use too. Thanks for all the comments that lead to me getting them. I have an exhaust system, brush guard, and a light bar planned next, anything you would recommend adding? It's got 181k miles. Thank-you again. Ben
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    OMG, that looks badass. what are the steps to switch these out? i just bought a '97 Suburban 2500 to tow cars & ATVs. i think tow mirrors would be a nice addition.

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    slowburb Ain't no half steppin'

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    Thanks. They're very easy to install. Remove a little trim, undo a few nuts, disconnect, reverse.
     
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    They look good guys. Just a heads up. I found that K-Source is the manufacturer of the OE mirrors on the gmt800 series and later trucks. I am not sure if they make any for our 400 series. You can find them on eBay and Amazon. They are the mirrors that actually sit flat across and are not angled across the tops.
     

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