OldSoldier;1600834; said:My 05 1500 LT had that feature...07 3500 LT 3 does not. Might have to do with the big mirrors not being able to do it. Or, might be GM is saving a buck...like eliminating the side power lumbars on the seats, or eliminating the side storage pockets on the rear doors, or eliminating the carpet on the front door bottoms...
That's exactly how i have mine. When i tow my trailer i do the exact opposite so i can see everything out of my convex, and my top mirrors go into the upper dual wheel well and the trailer so i can watch it trailing. then when i switch lanes i can see TONS more with the convexs than regular while towing.Mark the Shark;1622406; said:The trailer mirrors on my 2007 have the convex lens on the bottom part of the mirror. I keep them adjusted so I can see the edge of my rear wheelwell, blind spot, and the curb while backing up. It's worked pretty good so far.
I hadn't either until i was actually thinking about how nice they'd be and i had a trailer on and changed my mind abruptly.. LOLSTPETEBLUE said:I hadn't thought of that. Very good point!
Well, I had the regular heated, power adjust mirrors. No turn signals, no power fold or extend, and NO OUTSIDE CURB VIEW ASSIST because that option is disabled on the either the HD or 3500 series. If you feel I should have this available, please tell me how and where I look to turn it on.cowboy56;1665262; said:GM didn't get rid of that option on the HD's. It is called curb view assist and it is available on all trucks. Curb view assist was never available on the tow mirrors.