I had seen other boards do this for their vehicles, I searched and did not see it done for the bruiser. I was actually quite easy to do - and cheap. If you have some wire, conduit and silicone around you could do it for about $15 US. I did not have any of the ingredients so it cost me about $40 US with spare material. Supplies: 2 Heating pads. 20 ft of 18 AWG stranded wire. 10 ft 1/4 inch electrical conduit or equivalent. Mirror mastic or another bonding agent like silicone. I started by investigating the heating pads. You can get these at any auto glass supplier. The ones you would most likely get are: Heating pads: Burco Redi Heat #3801 (size 3 ¼” x 5 ¾”) Users have reported on getting them as cheap as $8 - but most are paying upwards of $30 US each for them. You can see this on the following thread: HEATED MIRRORS: Modification & installation - Toyota FJ Cruiser Forum I decided to go a different way. On eBay there is a listing for "HEATED MIRRORS IN YOUR FORD ? _____NOW YOU CAN HAVE IT!" eBay Motors: HEATED MIRRORS IN YOUR FORD ? _____NOW YOU CAN HAVE IT! (item 130284537662 end time Feb-28-09 06:53:35 PST) ...it is a guy from Poland who is selling these. The best part? $6 US ea plus $3 US shipping. So, for $15 and about a week and a half wait the pads arrived in the mail. I also ordered the Mirror mastic as I have heard that silicone will blacken mirrors over time - that was just seen on the internets I have not confirmed on my own. Most seem to use silicone for this.