Sport Mirror Location

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Gary VT

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Sport Mirror Location Does anyone have a template or measurements for locating sport mirrors on 78 k-10 stepside I also can't figure out the backing configuration either. Any pics would be awesome as well. Thanks
 

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Here is what I came up with when going through this. In the end, I sat in the truck with a helper outside and figured out where they would be the most useful to me. Spoiler alert: they are fairly useless for seeing stuff but they definitely look cooler.

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Here are some pics of them in person, these are original equipment for this truck. Sorry I can’t get exact measurements, I’m 100 miles away from it. And I’ll agree with the above, they are useless for actually doing mirror stuff.
 

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^^^^^^^^Damn, I really like that rig, James!!!!^^^^^^
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Here are some pics of them in person, these are original equipment for this truck. Sorry I can’t get exact measurements, I’m 100 miles away from it. And I’ll agree with the above, they are useless for actually doing mirror stuff.
Yeah they look great! I have them as well but thinking to replace, impossible for backing in , especially with a trailer.
 

Rudy Mienert

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I went with sport mirrors on my Blazer, cooler looking, but definitely not too functional....I found those same drawings, and they are spot-on. Make sure to use the support plates inside the door!!
 

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i installed them on my '86 build and agree that the pass. mirror is useless, but agree that the sport mirrors look really cool!!
 

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