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    Mirrors and taking care of RIO switch

    Just trying these spot mirrors out and took care of that reverse kill switch ! Used a wide zip tie that's the easiest way to go ! Going to try these spot mirrors if I don't like them I'll take them off ? Here are some pics .
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    Good job .. been there and done that.. After mowing and using the mirrors ,before leaving frame work of Original Cab on year round, I added a piece of metal thinking 4-7" long and angled it just a little so I could see further behind me.. Either way IMO the mirrors are a MUST.

    Just did the same think to the RIO.
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    I've mounted the same mirror, in the same manner. Works great except at night, when the work lights are on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldmanX View Post
    I've mounted the same mirror, in the same manner. Works great except at night, when the work lights are on.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ What he said !!!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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