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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-30-2014, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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I have a question for you: do you carry, or would you consider carrying, a power folding mirror? I've seen other vendors (not forum sponsors) carry a replacement mirror that automatically folds and unfolds when the car is started/shut down. I've had my eye on some, and would rather purchase from a forum vendor, but I get the impression these "foldable" mirrors are manually foldable just like the stockers.

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Well, our mirrors have the same specifications as factory originals. So they are manually foldable. Unfortunately, non of our suppliers offer power folding mirrors. However, if we manage to have them in future, we will let you know.

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Agree with Phil, power folding would be a great upgrade.


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CARID; I can post a link to the item if you'd like to investigate further and consider carrying these, but I hesitate cause I can't imagine you want me to post a link to one of your competitors that isn't a forum vendor in your own section.

I can post it here, or PM it to you. Let me know. If you choose not to pursue these, I'll be ordering elsewhere.

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Also you may want to note that all US 1st gen Mz3's ('04-'09) are pre-wired for heated mirrors. So if someone wants to upgrade to heated mirrors and doesn't want to mess around with adding wiring like me then buying a heated housing makes the upgrade plug and play.

Just saying because instead of just putting a bunch of pictures of random mirror housings and talking about not failing inspections you could be pushing a heated housing as an upgrade to the forum members.


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