As I posted a couple of weeks ago, I traded off the Explorer Sport Trac Ltd for a 2011 F150. The F150 was lacking the Ford Trailer Brake Control (TBC) and a decent set of tow mirrors.
The TBC (purchased from Amazon) wasn't too bad to install as my F150 doesn't have the floor console. Just removed a couple of screws and trim panels and the junk box and it went in fairly easy. The hard part was having to pay the Ford dealer a minimum one-hour's worth of shop time to have the TBC "flashed" so the truck would recognize it. That happened today. (If you do this mod, there are a couple of YouTube videos to help you along).
The YouTube videos for the mirror installation made it look a bit intimidating, so I had some assistance on this one. The one video with a guy and his wife in a garage was actually the best one for a 2011 F150 (despite the guy not looking like he would know the difference between a screwdriver from a stop sign).
Where some of the videos showing a lot of things being removed from the doors (earlier F150s) the 2011 is easy. Two screw cover pieces and four screws total hold on the door panel. Once those are removed, the whole door panel slides up. You then have access to the mirror electrical connection and the three bolts holding the mirrors on while everything else stays connected to the door, like door latch cable and power window connectors.
Long story short, here are the mirrors that are now on my new-to-me F150.
New mirrors are heated, turn signal, the power adjuster still works and the F150 now has puddle lights. The telescoping part is still manual. The only negative is the convex parts of the mirrors seem to be "fixed" and I see more of the side of the truck and less lane in that mirror. The mirrors also came from Amazon.
Overall, better than the stock mirrors for towing!