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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-25-08, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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Outside Rear View Mirror Install

I am back, (got the right front wheel off finally), but now the Grandson has hit a trash tote with the drivers side outside mirror on his '05 Mustang (tore it right off) while backing and adjusting his Ipod, and it needs to be replaced, I can get the mirror online but are there any threads on replacing the mirror (of course he does not have a Haynes or any other manual. Dad is out of town for a couple of weeks and I hope he gets back before the next crisis. Things sure were simpler with the '31 Model A I had in High School.

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Re: Outside Rear View Mirror Install

lol yep simple toys no longer are simple. replace the mirrro is kinda easy.
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I am back, (got the right front wheel off finally), but now the Grandson has hit a trash tote with the drivers side outside mirror on his '05 Mustang (tore it right off) while backing and adjusting his Ipod, and it needs to be replaced, I can get the mirror online but are there any threads on replacing the mirror (of course he does not have a Haynes or any other manual. Dad is out of town for a couple of weeks and I hope he gets back before the next crisis. Things sure were simpler with the '31 Model A I had in High School.
Make the grandson fix it himself. Take away the Ipod.

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