Today on this 2010 Ford F-150 we are going to install part number CTM2300B, the Longview Towing Mirror. We have our pieces laid out for the parts we are going to do on the passengers side. We have our passengers side mirror, our hook, our knob, and two felt pads. This application doesnt require pads. On other vehicles it may, if you find a mirror rubbing on a factory mirror more than you want, you can always put these in place.
Alright lets go ahead and slip it on and show you how easy it is to do. We will take our mirror, slide it into place, take our hook, this will catch on this edge right here, and its not going to quite meet to here the knob is long enough to take care of that. And you will have to bend it to go into place. Now if you find that youre having a bit of a hard time getting it to start this way, you may want to go ahead and just start it with it disconnected, thread it on, then take the hook and snap it into place, and then tighten it back up. Alright and with that, that will finish with part number CTM2300B Longview Towing Mirror.
Today on this 2012 Ford F150, we are going to a test fit of a Cipa mirror, part number 11802. This is for the passenger side.Were going to start off our test fit by taking the Cipa mirror and slipping it over the factory mirror. Well align up the edges and then slide it into place. Now well slide it on most of the way but we need to leave some room to install the wedge.Well install the wedge then push it into place. Then well install the knob. Well get it finger tight and in just a few seconds our mirrors already installed.Well take a second look at the mirror itself.
Today on this 2012 Ford F150, we are going to a test of part number 11801 from Cipa. This is a towing mirror for a drivers side mirror.Were going to start off our test fit by taking the Cipa mirror and slipping it over the factory mirror. Well align up the edges and then slide it into place. Now well slide it on most of the way but we need to leave some room to install the wedge.Well install the wedge then push it into place. Then well install the knob. Well get it finger tight and in just a few seconds our mirrors already installed.Well take a second look at the mirror itself.
All right. Today, on this 1996 For F150 were going to do a test fit of the CIPA custom towing mirror, part number 11501, and this is for the driver side mirror. First off, we'll go ahead and show you how the towing mirror slips onto the original mirror. It slides on very easily and you can see how it wraps around the edges going towards the back. It covers up the entire front of the mirror. Lets go ahead and install the rest of our hardware.We'll slide into place and then add the wedge.
Today we've got a 2012 Ford F150 Super Crew Cab and we're going to be test fitting the K Source custom fit towing mirrors, part number KS81810. Before you select these mirrors you want to make sure that the mirrors on your truck math this style of mirror. If it doesnt match this shape then these K Source mirrors will not properly fit over them. The K Source mirrors are very, very easy to install. They simply fit over the OEM mirror and we're going to sit the hooks on the top and the inside first. Then we'll use the pull clips at the base of the mirror to pull it around our original mirror and snap into place.
Today on this 2013 Ford F-150 were going to do a test fit of part number CTM2300B, from Longview. This is a custom towing mirror. Well start on the passenger side. Well go ahead and take the Longview mirror and go ahead and slip it over the factory mirror. There is a left and a right side and its marked on the inside of the mirror. Well go ahead and take the hook, run it through the hole in the mirror, and then attach the knob about a few threads at the most.
Today, on our 2005 Ford F150, well be installing the CIPA Custom Towing Mirror, Slip On, for the drivers side, part number 11801. To install your mirror, you can just slide the mirror over the mirror head insert the wedge between the towing mirror and the mirror head. You then align the threaded hole with the molded cup on the back of the wedge and screw the knob through the raised hole on the back of the towing mirror and tighten it down securely. With that done, your mirror is secured. These mirrors will allow you to manually adjust the mirror face and customize your view. The aerodynamic shape of the mirror helps to prevent vibration and wind noise.