Originally Posted by rjmotyl
I have an 2015 F-150, and will be towing a 23RLSW. The mirrors on the TV are standard, the do not extend, they only fold in. They do have a separate portion or the mirror for monitoring blind spots for near by vehicles.
What are your opinions on extension mirrors? Are they needed or useful? And what would you recommend? I've seen some that attach to the top and bottom of the mirror housing with straps and a suction cup on the mirror that should move the extension with the main mirror.
2010 F150 here with the standard mirrors, also with a brand new 23RLSW. So far I've only driven it home from the dealership, about 15 miles, most of that on our friendly local limited access highway. I gather you haven't pulled your new TT yet. Frankly I don't think I'm going to bother with extension mirrors; yes, they would be nice, but I felt like I had plenty of vision on both sides. DW and I will take it out for a couple of local camping trips in May, before a big trip from PA to Maine in June. I'll make up my mind on the extension mirrors before the Maine trip, but right now I don't see the need.
OTOH, some of them aren't terribly expensive, so maybe I'll just go ahead and try out a pair.