...x2!!! I've been using those in that same corner on all my vehicles for the last 10-yrs and the difference is night-vs-day.Oh, and to add to what Sudden said, go buy a small round mirror from Walmart and slap it onto the outside bottom corner of the non big tow mirror. takes a bit to adjust to as well, but solves all blind spot issues completely. I don't know what I'd do without mine. I can see a car that is at my rear quarter panel and almost at the back door. Great for merging onto the highway and while in traffic.
why don't u both pay for fast azz overnight shipping or something??Darn why can't you live a bit farther north. I have the exact same truck as you and would love to swap miirors. Unfortunately we can't even do a swap and ship since niether of us can go without mirrors for an extended period of time. Are the ones you have heated and electronically controlled?
If you notice, the top passenger side glass is different.. The big trucks use a convex glass so you can see more in the mirror with a "objects are closer than they appear" warning on them... It kinda peaves me a little that Nissan didn't do that... Also, the passenger mirror on the big trucks are sticking out straighter whereas the Titan's is angled back quite a bit more than I'd like it to be.... With that said, I'm a Firefighter where I live, drive a fire engine weekly, have a similiar design mirror on the engine as the titan and they work fine, I just don't like them on the titan.
Agreed. I've adjusted mine to where I can see the whole road, I think the non-tow mirrors are sufficient. The only reason why I would get the big-tow mirrors is for looks.The regular mirrors are large enough and have no blind spots if set correctly. Most people set their outside mirrors where they see the side of their own vehicle and that is very wrong.
Exterior rear-view mirrors:
As for the side view mirror or mirrors, most people adjust them so they can see the side of the car on the inside edge of the mirror. If you adjust your mirrors using those criteria, are you aware of the huge blind spots that you've created? Essentially, you have created "tunnel vision" to the rear. Your side view mirrors overlap much of what your inside rear-view mirrors sees and you've also created blind spots. What in the solution to tunnel vision and blind spots? Simply adjust the side view mirrors just beyond the point where you could see the side of the car on the inside edge of the mirror. With this setup, you almost completely solve the blind spot problem. It takes a little while to get used to, but it is an improvement.