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Old 10-06-2011, 12:19 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by beatr911 View Post
This is a good alternative to big mirrors for those that need to replace broken big mirrors, it all adds up to better FE potential. There won't be a payback in FE savings doing this alone but it is a good idea for those that can use it safely.

I'd guess there would be less of a visibility impact on the driver side though.

Are both sides required? Some vehicles came stock with only one on the driver side.
If your vehicle came with two mirrors than you must have two, if it came with one then you must have one. That's the way I understand it. As far as passenger side visibility; I don't have a problem seeing just as well with the smaller mirror. You just see a little less because of the smaller size.
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