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Old 04-03-2014, 10:57 AM   #1
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Trailer Tow Mirrors for a Nissan Frontier!!!

Hi: All. If you're towing with a Nissan Frontier here's a custom fit towing mirror. They're heated, powered, extendable, and fold in for tight parking spaces. Plug and play!!! http://www.1aauto.com
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Old 04-03-2014, 12:28 PM   #2
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Very cool Alf.

I am assuming when you say plug and play one simple uses the current wiring harness that controls the heat & inside adjustment buttons on the stock mirrors.
Do you need to manually extend the mirror out or has that somehow been magically designed to work with the stock mirror controls as well?
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Old 04-03-2014, 01:14 PM   #3
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Hi Alf,
Do you have a part #?
Link you provided only goes to search page.
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Great site, lots of Frontier parts including the mirrors. And the prices seem good. Thanks for sharing. Raz
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Hi Alf,
Do you have a part #?
Link you provided only goes to search page.
Roy they have several different versions or at least appear to for the Frontier - you are best to put the make model year in the input spot at the top left of the site and it will give you everything it has for the year of Frontier you own. Then click on mirrors - the ones Alf has appear on the 2nd page of mirror listings on my search.
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Very cool Alf.

I am assuming when you say plug and play one simple uses the current wiring harness that controls the heat & inside adjustment buttons on the stock mirrors.
Do you need to manually extend the mirror out or has that somehow been magically designed to work with the stock mirror controls as well?
Hi: Carol H...The extension of the mirrors is a manual pull out and the fold in is also manual. The heat and adjustment of the large section mirror are via the wire harness and stock truck controls.
Hi: Roy in TO... The part # is 1AMRP01310.
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Thanks Alf, they do look good!
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Thanks Alf, they do look good!
Hi: Carol H... At first I thought they looked like "Elephant ears"...but when using them you see "Just what you've been missing"!!!
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LOL Elephant ears or not they look better than the extenders I currently own!

BTW are you getting excited about your new trailer???? I am going to be heading out to Escape sometime over the next few days as they are making an addition to my trailer to make my new tug/trailer combo a bit more user friendly/accommodate my stuff! ;-) so perhaps I will get a sneak peek of your new one while there....
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LOL Elephant ears or not they look better than the extenders I currently own!

BTW are you getting excited about your new trailer???? I am going to be heading out to Escape sometime over the next few days as they are making an addition to my trailer to make my new tug/trailer combo a bit more user friendly/accommodate my stuff! ;-) so perhaps I will get a sneak peek of your new one while there....
Hi: Carol H...We have loved "Our Escape Hatch" for over six years!!! Our "Escape Hatch II" will just be more to love Reace is working overtime on the moulds to start laying glass so you may just catch the hatch while you're there. Take some pictures for me PLEASE!!!
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Will do -will take my camera. I know they are real busy right now & just waiting hear when they can slip my trailer in for a small job in the next week or so before I head down to the Spring Oregon gathering.
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I just got mine back from Reece yesterday...no more soft floor and no one will be stealing my batteries anymore!!! Now I just have to lay down a new floor. Carol, let me know when you are in town and we'll do lunch.
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Their site only lists mirrors for model years from 2005 to present. Mine is a 2004, so I'm a little reluctant to plunk down close to 250 bucks on something that may or may not fit.
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Hey Alf, why do you have to remove the door panel? I checked my Haynes manual to see and while it tells you to do it it doesn't show why. Raz
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