Side Mirrors

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exterior Forum [GEN 2]' started by uppitycitizen, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. uppitycitizen

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    Does anyone know the full part number for the 802A driver's side mirrors? I snapped mine off. Dealer quoted me $940 but I would like to shop around. Anyone know if the regular non-power folding mirrors will work on it? The ones on ebay look to be only $150-180 or so.
     
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    under $1k for the 802A mirror sounds about right and, significantly cheaper than my neighbor’s “Brand B” car mirror.

    How did you manage to snap off one of the mirrors?
     
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    Ironwood tree took it as got stuck in the ditch on a backroad. Luckily there was no other body damage. Although a 900 dollar bill of repair isn't exactly "lucky". Anyone know if the mirror from the 801A's mirror will fit? It would save me about $750 and I don't really care for the camera or powered retraction.
     
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    I did that on my gen1. bought a bottom of the line ebay mirror for $80 and swapped out the internals.
    the blinkers and such are pop out panels so it all fit fine
     
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    The above looks like a good idea!!!
     
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    Yeah I'm going to try and do something like this. My biggest fear is paying full price for the replacement mirror and then knocking it off again. I often drive tight trails off camber where I get myself in sketchy situations.
     
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    Sorry I couldn't help you, UPS is truly beyond ridiculous these days. I would look at a nearby Scrap yard to see if they have a 2015 or newer truck and pull the mirror off, any of them will work.
     
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    I'm headed to a couple places tomorrow, I will post how it goes.
    I did manage to get the mirror removed from the door without any problems, and I have it completely disassembled. I think there is a good chance some of the parts can be swapped over into the new mirror.
     

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