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RedRock Manual Extended Powered Heated Towing Mirrors with Puddle Lights; Passenger Side (07-12 F-150)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: If you're the type of truck owner who does a good amount of towing with your 2007 to 2012 F-150, but your truck is not currently equipped with a set of tow mirrors from the factory, then chances are you're not really getting the full picture of your trailer setup, which can make turns and just general navigation of your tow rig a bit dicey. If that is the case, then adding a tow mirror like this option from SpeedForm would be a great choice while also kicking in some extras like the built-in puddle lights and built-in heating element to help defrost the mirrors in colder climates. Now, the mirrors will be sold individually for right around 150 bucks per side and the install, according to the site, will get a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and about an hour or so to complete from start to finish. But as always, guys, if you hang with me for a little bit, we'll show you how this one is done.So, looking to add an aftermarket tow mirror setup to your rig here on the site, you're going to encounter a few different options. And it really just boils down to how much you want to spend and what your overall budget looks like. Now, if only tow a handful of times a year, but you still want to get a full view of the entire tow rig setup, then going with a slip-on option from CIPA, for instance, might be the smarter, or at least the more budget-friendly, way to go. On the other hand, if you tow often, it really just makes sense to replace those stock mirrors with something a little bit more permanent, for one, but something that's going to be better suited for towing such as the SpeedForms that we're talking about here today.But, with all that said, let's break down these mirrors a little bit further, shall we? And there's a few things on the surface that I do really dig about these options. First and foremost, guys, they do telescope, right? And what that means is, when you're not towing, simply slide them in a little bit. And they're not really outrageous. But when it does come time to haul something, you simply slide them out and you can go full on tow rig. Now, on top of that, guys, these things are power operated just like your factory mirrors, and also has some other cool features baked in, such as that heating element we mentioned earlier, help with the frosting purposes on those cold mornings. You're also getting some puddle lights to help illuminate the ground whenever the doors are opened. And last but not least, guys, these things do have some built-in turn signals into the mirrors as well.Construction wise, the SpeedForm mirrors are going to utilize a durable ABS plastic pretty much everywhere, with the exception of the mirrors themselves. And that ABS has been finished off in this textured black finish here, which should flow nicely with other black plastic on your truck in addition to basically any color F-150. Now, one big thing you do have to keep in mind here, guys, is that these mirrors are sold individually. They're not sold in pairs, at least in this particular video. So, you're currently looking at the passenger's side here, but obviously, the driver's side is available on the site for roughly the same price. So, can certainly forgo the extra bells and whistles if you want, especially if your truck is not equipped. It really doesn't make sense to get all those extras, unless you hard wire them in. But, ultimately, just know that you do have some options when checking out some towing mirrors here at AT.But let's get into the install of the SpeedForm heated mirror. And one thing I do on a point out guys, no cutting, drilling or permanent modification needed. However, you do have to factor in the door panel will need to be removed in order to gain access to the mounting location. However, to give you a better idea of what is exactly involved with the job, here's a detailed walkthrough along with a quick tool breakdown.Man: Tools required for this installation are going to be a flathead screwdriver or a non-marking trim panel removal tool, a 1/4-inch drive with an extension, 6, 8, and 11-millimeter socket, optional's an impact.So, in order to remove your factory mirrors off of the door, we do have to start off by removing our door card. Now, there are two bolts on the bottom, one in the middle here and then one on the top. Let's start off by the bottom ones. These are going to be a 6-millimeter and I have my impact on the lightest setting.All right. And then we'll get these ones up here. So, this is the arm-rest of the door card itself. And in here you'll see a little cover. We're going to take a screwdriver and just pop that cover up and out of there, exposing a 8-millimeter bolt. Let's get that out of there. So, next, we're going to be removing this cover behind our door handle. Now, you just wanna apply a little bit of pressure, just try to get your screwdriver behind there. And that's also going to expose that 8-millimeter bolt. Remove that as well. All right. So, we're going to pull our door card off and then we're going to disconnect the wires for our switch and lock here. And then, as I said, I'm just going to rest this on the stool here because we have plenty of slack and access to our nuts here.So, what we're going to do is lift up on this cover neck, expose this little electrical connector for our power mirrors. We're just going to remove this and then we're going to follow that up with an 11-millimeter socket and get these nuts out of here. Now, you may have to hold onto the mirrors so it doesn't fall on the other side. All right. Last one. I'm going to pull straight back on the mirror. And there you have it. Here's our factory mirror. So, what we're going to do is bring our mirror into place here and we're going to be reusing our factory nuts. So, we just want to make sure this goes in nice and evenly, make sure it sits in those factory holes. Then I'm going to go ahead and start my factory nuts, just a couple in to make sure that mirror stays in place. Come around and finish them up. All right, here is our last nut. Go ahead and start that one. I have my impact, again, set on my lightest setting. You can go ahead and tighten these up. And then, while we're in here, we're going to go ahead and make that electrical connection for our mirror. Cover it back up, then we can get our door card installed.All right. So, what we're going to do first before reinstalling our door card is make sure that our window and lock switch are connected. Gonna do that real quick. All right. And then, when you bring this up, you want to make sure that you get your door lock through that hole, just like that. All right. So, with our door card in place, now we're going to start our hardware and tighten that up. We can go ahead and replace our covers and the one in here as well.As I said, one of the last steps is to test out that mirror. I'm going to test out the mirror function first, the left, right, up, and down, and then the turn signal. All right. That's working just fine.So, that's going to wrap up my install of the SpeedForm Manual Retractable Power-Heated Mirrors for your F-150. For all things F-150, keep it here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Manual Extending Towing Side Mirror
      • Ideal for Towing and Hauling
      • Improves Field of Visibility
      • Durable Automotive Grade ABS Construction
      • OE-style Black Pebble Textured Finish
      • Heated
      • Power Operated
      • Puddle Lights
      • Simple Bolt-On Installation
      • Passenger Side Only - Sold Individually
      • Fits 2007-2012 F-150s


      Mirror for Better Visibility. The RedRock 4x4 Manual Extended Power Heated Towing Mirrors w/ Puddle Lights - Passenger Side make a wonderful addition for the F-150 driver who does a lot of towing and hauling. The Mirror extends for better rear visibility, then retracts to save space. The Mirror is heated, power-operated, has puddle lights and adds a sense of style to your truck.

      Durable ABS Construction. RedRock 4x4 manufactures their Towing Side Mirrors from an OEM quality acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material. ABS is known for its light weight, superior durability and impact resistance making it the ideal material for use on and off road. RedRock 4x4 then completes their Mirrors in an OE-style black pebble textured finish that matches your F-150s existing factory trim.

      Plenty of Perks. The RedRock 4x4 Manual Extended Power Heated Towing Mirrors w/ Puddle Lights - Passenger Side feature a heated, power-operated window, puddle lights for better illumination when you exit your truck, and a textured black mirror cap, which goes great with any paint color.

      Simple Bolt-on Installation. This RedRock 4x4 Mirror is engineered to be a direct bolt-on replacement using basic hand tools. No cutting or drilling is required, as this Mirror uses the existing factory holes for a painless installation. Removal of the interior door panel is required for installation.

      Application. The RedRock 4x4 Manual Extended Power Heated Towing Mirrors w/ Puddle Lights - Passenger Side fit all 2007-2012 Ford F-150 models.


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