that depends. Are you replacing the entire thing? I.E. the mirror and the casement. Or just the mirror. Replacing just the mirror is fairly simple. They have ready cut mirrors that are designed to be placed right over the existing mirror cracked or not. Or they have mirrors that are designed to be set in place of the broken mirror. Those you would have to do extra work and remove the broken parts as well, make sure it is good and clean before apply the mirror. Now when you apply the mirror they usually have these pathetic double sticky sticker things. You can use that, but urethane or a non acidic silicone would hold it better. But it has to be non acidic or it will eat through the silvering on the mirror.
by MYboyjake 7 years ago
How to replace an outer u joint on 96 ford f 150 4 wheel drive with manual lockoutsHELP>>>>>>ASAP
by Quilligrapher 7 years ago
Today I learned, "scientists believe they will have a drug within the next 5-10 years that will extend the average human lifespan to 150 years. Given the retirement age is 65, that would give you an extra 85 years, meaning you would probably have to extend the average working life to 100 or...
by knngen 8 years ago
what and where are the coils for the spark plugs. i have a 2001 f-150 king ranch 5.4 tritan
by Anjili 6 years ago
Which is the best way to pimp your car with only $150?
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If you could live to be 150 yrs old would you want to?I recently read that 20 yrs from now modern medicine could have people living to 150yrs old. I just don't see how you could have much quality of live at that age.
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