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I disagree with his mirror settings....not having a reference point (a small glimpse of your own vehicle's side panel) to gauge off makes a mirror vague and inaccurate. For eliminating those pesky blind spots he was speaking of, you're better off getting some stick on convex mirrors and putting them in the lower inside corner of the mirror glass.

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