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was driving behind a newer bolt ev today, when he came to a stop at a light, as i pulled to a stop behind the little car, i could see the front end of my trucks grill in his rear view mirror, getting bigger and bigger the closer i got to his bumper, it was like a magnafied view of his rear camera on the whole mirror, very interesting waste of technology. like having a 4K tv for the rearview mirror.  wonder who's gonna be the first to install this on your truck?



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They have this for the T1. A couple people have asked asked about retrofitting into the K2 including myself. Wiring doesn’t seem too difficult. The fab work on the 3rd brake light would be a different story.

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Have it on my Blazer. Hate it. Never use it. Can be turned off for regular mirror usage. But I wear trifocals, sooooo.

Maybe for someone without glasses or single lens.

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i took the rear mirror out completely, LOVE it. less obstruction and can see people standing on the corner crosswalk when attempting to make a turn. i almost killed a couple pedestrians because of mirror blindspot issues.

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