I wished I'd stuck the original plan of buying the Clearviews, the local RV dealer talked me into the no name brand mirrors.
With in 6 months of buying them, tiny spots started appearing in the chrome, now 2 yrs down the track I can see the copper plating under the chrome reacting with moisture, looks like they forgot the nickle plating in between the copper & chrome plating
I just polish them with liquid Autosol to keep them pretty.
I was going to take them back, but just got bit slack, well the electrics haven't failed, all good there.
I,d probably paint them or get them wrapped in the future.
I am so over my truck mirrors, work well while travelling but fitting them up is a big pain, I wish I had bought that set of Clearviews on here when they were for sale, Scots blood came to surface, the Ebay jiggers look good think I will take the plunge......now need an address...
Always said mirrors are for reversing why do you want to see where youv'e been, you might miss the truck thats going to hit you..................a young fella quoted me to his licence tester once, when it was pointed out he didn't look in his mirrors enough, he still got his truck licence......
Not wanting to put adampener on the replacement mirrors topic, but how does it work with your insurance company by replacing the vehicle mirrors that are supplied? Especially the convex mirror on the left hand side?
We have only ever used extra mirrors attached to original, they seem to work well for us!
No issue, they prefer you have a clear view ( no pun intended). The ClearView mirrors do have a convex mirror lower half and in my experience are much steadier, vibration free and don't 'fold up' with every passing road train.