These are a set of Boost Auto Parts tow mirrors. They are excellent quality! Chrome covers, they have high output reverse light in the mirror, turn signal on the glass, manual fold, and the front LED works for turn signal and running light. Only has them about a month. I’ve got mixed directions with the truck so figure I’ll sell these and keep the mirrors stock. paid $475 shipped to my house. I left the harness pre-wired in the truck in case I want to switch back. The harness is $50.00 from them or you can run a few wires yourself. $375 shipped and they’re yours!
Maybe Magneride changes the dynamic? I will say I have a 2.5” up front and it’s perfectly level. Problem it....it drives like sh*t. Really rough....i’d Love to get it to ride a little nicer
Mike, I’m at a loss too as to why they fix the shake. I’m assuming it has to do with a certain degree as axle wrap or movement when spinning that fast? Or maybe the leafs vibrate a little on the highway and that is resonates through the body. I will say that these leafs seem really cheap. I had an f150 in the past and it had 7 sturdy leafs this truck just has 3. i would say this....outside of the vibration it drives so much better. It doesn’t feel to roll as much inside and out of turns....doesn’t ride as rough....I would absolutely do it
It’s funny you mention the extra lift and the mirrors. They look just a little big for my truck. I have 33” tires but with 22’s they look small. Also, I have a 2 leveling kit on it too but stil doesn’t seem to have enough height. I think the height is why I like them on the 2500’s they seem to sit higher
So here it is. Always loved the 2500HD’s with tow mirrors. So I order tow mirrors and I’m not 100% in love. Not sure. I didn’t hate the stock Denali mirrors but thought I’d be much happier with the tow mirrors. Need all your input!!!!
I’m going to contact them soon to report back on my findings with their U-Bolts. So far so good for me. Again, if you’re really connected with how your truck performs....this is a MUST!!!!
Day 2 - Still really smooth. Probably have 100 miles on it so far. Still much firmer to the ground, bumps are smoother, and the highway shimmy is nearly non existent. Happy camper so far
I will absolutely agree with you! So many of these trucks on the road suffering from this problem absolutely should be rectified. The arugement may be able to made that because of the publicity it would impair the value of these vehicles. I fell in love with the truck from the moment I saw it on the dealers lot. I’ve been mostly disappointed with the truck for the past year driving it due to the shaking. Im glad so far that it’s driving much better now. I have to say that GM not addressing this has potentially turned me and I’m sure thousands of others from considering a GM for their next truck.
Being in the business and having worked on the manufacturing side in the business it would need to impair the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. The vibration that nearly all of them exhibit would be declared a “inherent normal characteristic” of the vehicle. However, balancing the shaft and installing the ubolts for roughly $125 bucks is money WELL spent IMO.
They were $45 bucks. I can’t guarantee it will be the be all end all...im only on day 1 of driving it but it feels like a brand new truck. No vibrations either! Highly highly recommended!
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