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I just bought an RV, and now have decided, for safety reasons, I need extension mirrors. I am trying to decide what is the best type to buy since this model has a little age like me. It seems to me from reading what others have to say, the Tow -N - See, should be the best for the type of mirrors on this model. Any other suggestions? Thanks
 

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If your handy, you can make some from 2006ish dodge ram 2500-3500. They have the flip up style to. Search it and you'll see. I know a guy here that is looking to sell a set made, but I don't need them, yet.

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When I still owned my 2001 Tundra, I bought and used a set of McKesh mirrors for many years and thousands of towing miles. Never had a single issue with them. McKesh Mirrors | Hensley Hitch Towable Products. Just strap them on while towing and stow them away when you're not.

These are some pictures I found. BTW, I didn't care for the white strap, so I used clothing dye and made 'em darker.
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+1 on McKesh. I bought every CIPA type strap on or stick on mirror out there (including the Tow-n-See) and they all had their issues. Although I will say the Tow-n-see were the best of the non-McKesh mirrors. The McKesh are big and stable. Lasted 4 years and I only sold them because I totaled my 2005 Tundra and my new Tundra has factory tow mirrors.
 
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