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They finally arrived. Anyone else using these?

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I have the Clearview on my GU, wouldn’t be without them. Felt a little strange and wide when I first put them on. Can see very clearly behind me when I have the caravan on. The bottom mirrors are adjusted to see the wheels on the caravan. 👍👍
 

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Nope. Genuine GQ ones.
Which factory mirrors do they replace? The manual mirrors mounted on the door with 2 bolts? The electric mirrors mounted in the corner of the windscreen? I can already see it's not option 3 (older GQ utes with triangular draft windows) :D.
 

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Which factory mirrors do they replace? The manual mirrors mounted on the door with 2 bolts? The electric mirrors mounted in the corner of the windscreen? I can already see it's not option 3 (older GQ utes with triangular draft windows) :D.
Yep the manual mirrors mounted on the door with the 2 bolt. You need to drill a third and fourth hole to secure them. They come with a backing plate. Pretty new on the market. I'm stoked as I tow a 15ft Jayco with my gq and the old towing mirrors were magnetic and use to scratch the door.
 

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They look good mate. Be much better then the generic ute mirrors that I have.
 

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They sure stick out a long way, I know that's because they are for towing but not good when 4 wheel driving in scrub. (yest I know they fold) A cheaper and just as good option would have been the removable door mounted strap on type.
 
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