We are going to be showing this installed on a 2004 Chevy Pickup Full Size. We will show you how it goes on, it is a pretty simple device. Before we begin our install what we need to do is two things, first off it is a good idea to clean off the mirror. This is so when you push the extension on the vehicle it does not push the dirt into the mirror and possibly ruin your finish. After that we need to assemble the mirror itself. That requires putting a felt pad on the wedge that you see off to the right hand side. Once we have that, we can go ahead and install the mirror. This does not have to be perfect because this is actually all going to be on the inside of the mirror. Once you have your sticker in place this wedge actually gets installed inside the mirror and there is actually a little notch back here for this to fit into. It is kind of a loose fit but it has to move around a little bit and it has to sit in these two grooves right here.
After that we can actually slide this onto the mirror on our pickup. To install our mirror, basically we take the bottom edge of the mirror, the extension actually, and slide it over the bottom edge of the truck mirror and then snap it over the top. Once you have it snapped over kind of take a second to maybe work it in a little more if you can. After that then use your set screw to tighten it up in the back. Basically tighten it down until its snug. To give you a couple more notes about this product, the mirror itself is about 17 inches overall, the mirror face is actually 4-1/2 inches wide by 6 inches tall. As you can see it comes with the specially designed wedge in screw used to hold the slide on mirror over the trucks mirror. Aside from the easy installation it requires no tools, the Cipa custom towing mirrors leave no marks or holes on your vehicle. They are fully adjustable and do not obstruct the use of your original mirror. There you have it for part # 10801, the Cipa custom towing mirror.
Today, we'll be using Chevy Silverado for test-fit of our Long View, original costumed towing mirrors that are slide on, part number ctm1600. To begin with, you will notice that each of the mirror housings have sections of foam as well of a felt pad inside, to help eliminate any scratching of your factory mirrors. As you will notice on the mirrors, there is a little LH or RH stamped on the inside. The LH is for the left hand side, or driver side, and the RH is for the passenger side.We will start with the driver side. It is helpful if you take the bracket, and slide it through the back of the mirror first before putting it over the factory mirror. Once you slide this in place, you will take the L shape bracket, and slide it over, and put an in cap on it.
Today, on our 2011 Chevrolet Silverado, well be testing K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors, part number KS80900. Now, these custom towing mirrors snap into place, fitting over the factory mirrors, offering you an expanded field of vision. The built-in mounting clips grab the inside edges of your factory mirrors for a simple, tool-free installation, with a clean look. Now, here on the drivers side, take our mirror and starting here on the top of our factory mirror, well clip it in, slide it down, allowing it to snap into place here on the bottom side of our factory mirror. With that, our mirror is on. Now, this mirror is manually adjustable.
Today on this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, were going to do a test fit of part number CTM1600. Well work on the passenger side and well go ahead and slide the mirror over the factory mirror. Well slide it into place and push it on as far as possible. There is some foam inside the towing mirror, so itll compress a little bit as you push it in. Now well install the hardware to hold it in place. Well put the hook the goes into the front of the mirror with the round disc and then the L shaped bracket thatll help the fasteners go around the 90 degree turn and then well install the knob on the other side and then well install the hook to the other side of the 90 degree angle and install the knob onto it.Leaving this all loose in place, well go ahead and push it around and catch the inside edge of the mirror. When our things are hooked up we can go ahead and tighten it down, it usually only takes a few turns after that.
Today on this 2012 Chevrolet Silverado were going to do a test fit of part number CTM1600, custom towing mirrors from Longview. This part number does include two mirrors. Today were going to work with the passenger side. We have parts laid out. We have a mirror and our attachment hardware. The first step is to go ahead and slide our towing mirror into place, and then well install our hardware.
All right today on this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to do a test fit of part number 10902 from CIPA. This is our CIPA Custom Towing Mirror for the passenger's side. We'll take the new towing mirror and slide it over the existing factory mirror. We'll slide it on part of the way and then install the wedge. The wedge goes between the new mirror and the old mirror. All right, and then we'll install the knob that locks everything down.