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Old 12-30-2013, 05:44 PM   #1
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The bolts and springs in my mirrors were a rusted hunk of steel and the plastic retaining trim has crumbled as well. Seeing as you can't buy these parts individually I'm looking for some manual NA Side view mirrors to steal the guts from.

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hi have a set off a 97 in good shape would take $50 shipped for them have pics if your interested
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How are the trim rings and hardware on it? I assume good? If so I'll send you my Paypal, thanks Browning.
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How are the trim rings and hardware on it? I assume good? If so I'll send you my Paypal, thanks Browning.
yes there in good condition no rotten trim rings ill get the pics for you tomorow
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Not to deter your sale, but have you considered power mirrors? The spring setup sucks in the manual mirrors, and they're impossible to fold in a small garage or a tight parking space without spending a half hour readjusting them.

Your '93 is wired for power mirrors, just bolt in the mirrors, plug into the wiring harness, and buy a switch to plug in, and you'll ultimately be much more happy than with manual.

Just something to consider.
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Money is paid and no longer a need thanks all!
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Not to deter your sale, but have you considered power mirrors? The spring setup sucks in the manual mirrors, and they're impossible to fold in a small garage or a tight parking space without spending a half hour readjusting them.

Your '93 is wired for power mirrors, just bolt in the mirrors, plug into the wiring harness, and buy a switch to plug in, and you'll ultimately be much more happy than with manual.

Just something to consider.
I've thought about it but since I already have the manual shell and base painted I'd rather not have to to more work than necessary. Plus I think I remember that when it rolled over it pulled the wires out of the connector. Maybe down the road but I live in Utah where tight spaces and parking aren't an issue. I'm a set it and leave it type person anyways. I don't think I've adjusted the power mirrors in my VW for years now.
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