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Old 03-21-2019, 12:45 PM
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Quick question. Why not make one for the passenger side also? Would seem this is where the largest blind spot is even with the mirrors correctly adjusted. Especially if there is a passenger in the seat.
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Easy answer, the passenger side is already an even wider angle, and there is no blind spot on that side when properly adjusted. However, since objects appear smaller in that mirror than they actually are, some people have trouble getting used to the fact that a car right next to you appears further away.

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It must affect (cancel) the dimming and defrosting of the mirror, eh?
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It must affect (cancel) the dimming and defrosting of the mirror, eh?

For sure the dimming won't function, not sure about the defrost since it is mounted directly to the other glass (warm through)

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I wonder if the defrost will affect whatever is being used as an adhesive?
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If baking in the sun doesn't affect that adhesive, I can't imagine the mirror defrost could possibly hurt anything. Direct sunlight is much hotter.

As for side mirror dimming, I don't mind giving that up at all. There is no glare from that mirror in line of sight. I don't even know why GM spent the money on it.

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I wonder if the defrost will affect whatever is being used as an adhesive?
No, considered that, adhesive is good to 300 degrees

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Thanks, but I prefer my "ugly" stick-ons. They don't "distort" the entire image area. And, I've been using them on everything for far tooooo long. But, I'm sure many will love 'em. All the best.
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Thanks, but I prefer my "ugly" stick-ons. They don't "distort" the entire image area. And, I've been using them on everything for far tooooo long. But, I'm sure many will love 'em. All the best.
Not sure why you would say that it distorts the entire image area

Just want to make sure that everyone knows that the above statement
is FALSE.

This mirror DOES NOT DISTORT THE ENTIRE IMAGE.

The Blind Spot portion of the mirror is only the far left portion of the
Mirror. The rest of the mirror looks just like the mirror on your car

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Originally Posted by Foosh View Post
If baking in the sun doesn't affect that adhesive, I can't imagine the mirror defrost could possibly hurt anything. Direct sunlight is much hotter.

As for side mirror dimming, I don't mind giving that up at all. There is no glare from that mirror in line of sight. I don't even know why GM spent the money on it.
I hate the dimming on mine it is so dark it's hard to tell a vehicle is approaching
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I agree.
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Originally Posted by gmarcucio View Post
I hate the dimming on mine it is so dark it's hard to tell a vehicle is approaching
I can see a Seinfeld episode where our new blind spot mirrors cause drivers behind us to crash...
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