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Auxiliary Mirror

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Avoid surprises when parking, backing or changing lanes with the Auxiliary Mirror.
Rear-view mirror eliminates blind spots and reduces glare. Can be adjusted separately from side mirror. Increases the field of vision up to 2.5 times wider than standard side mirror. Made of high quality glass. Easy clip-on installation. 6" W x 2 1/2" H x 2" D.

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Weight: Less than 1 lb.

Manufacturer: Hercules Jrp

Mfg Part #: 200

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Auxiliary Mirror: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 14 Reviews)

Reviewed by 14 customers


Auxiliary mirror is Great!

113 out of 115 people found this review helpful.
March 22, 2004
I just purchased a 2004 Chevy Silverado with the camping style extendable mirrors. I thought that would replace my old method of using CIPA mirror exensions on my old GMC. Wrong! The new camping style mirrors do not have a convex mirror on the passenger side which creates a horrible blind spot on the right side of the vehicle. According to Chevy they do not have a solution to this problem. I bought the little Auxiliary mirror and it works great and looks great!! No adjusting during trips and does not vibrate. It does not point quite as far down as I would like so I plan to move it to the bottom of the mirror so the trailer tires can be seen as well as the blind area on the right.. I have also ordered a second one for the drivers side of the truck. Hope you have a good luck with this as I have.
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Excellent product!

37 out of 38 people found this review helpful.
September 04, 2004
I've been using a pair of these on my Honda Accord for almost ten years, and I couldn't get along without them. Like David Moore, I found that they worked better when mounted "upside down," underneath the factory mirrors. (I drilled a small hole in each one's housing to permit water to drain out instead of puddling inside.) I use the left one in the usual way--to check for traffic before pulling out--but I angled the right one downward, so that I can easily see the pavement next to my car. This makes it a snap to park between the lines in parking lots. I highly recommend these mirrors. Camping World's price is a lot less than I paid for mine ten years ago!
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The Answer To The Blind Dangerous Spot That You Get With The GM Extendable Tow Mirrors

403 out of 698 people found this review helpful.
June 15, 2006
If you purchased a 2005 or later Chevy or GMC 2500 or 3500 series for towing and you have the power extending tow mirrors then you know how poorly their designed having what truckers refer to as Blind Spots, thats where you cannot see if theres a vehicle or obstical rite beside you unless you have a convexed mirror that gives you a wide view, as you know there was only two alteritives and that was to purchass the cheap stick on spot mirrows or spend over $500.00 and replace them so I started to look for a soultion and found the mirrows above and they work great, now when were towing and I pass a slow moving vehicle I dont need to ask the wife if Im clear so I can move back over.
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