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Ravenkeeper

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About Ravenkeeper

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  • Name
    Chris
  • Location
    Antelope Valley, CA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Chevy Silverado LTZ Z71
  • Interests
    Radio communication, model building, tinkering, routine home/vehicle maintenance, vehicle mods, project trailer (currently looking for one)

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  1. I park about 100yds away from the hangar that I work in, and all too often, they're still ice cold, when I get in.
  2. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    Yesterday, my son and I washed my truck, since it was 70ºF, sunny, and clear out. Got done around sundown, so no pictures, yet. Hit 46864mi as we were coming back off of Edwards (before the wash), from lunch and working with a friend's dogs (since they are on vacation), almost took a picture of it in front of NB-52 0008 ("Balls 8," NASA). OF COURSE, now the wind is blowing, so I expect it to be dusty/dirty again.
  3. Yesterday, my son and I washed my truck, since it was 70ºF, sunny, and clear out. Got done around sundown, so no pictures, yet. Hit 46864mi as we were coming back off of Edwards (before the wash), from lunch and working with a friend's dogs (since they are on vacation), almost took a picture of it in front of NB-52 0008 ("Balls 8," NASA). OF COURSE, now the wind is blowing, so I expect it to be dusty/dirty again.
  4. Even if the heated/cooled seats do turn on, you won't feel it as soon as you sit down, but after you've been sitting in the seat for awhile.
  5. All defog/defrost runs through the AC-side of your HVAC, as John said, this is how your climate system removes excess moisture from the inside to keep the inside from fogging/frosting up. Even on older systems, you can leave your system in AC-MAX with the temp set to "hotter than Hell," and your AC would still heat up your vehicle.
  6. Been debating on getting one of these. How dry does the bed stay?
  7. What did you do with your truck/shop today

    I was backing into my driveway, earlier this morning (O-Dark hundred), when I got home from work, and noticed that the high mount brake lights were shining through the roof liner, in the cab. Yeah, it gets really dark around here.
  8. Is there any way to do this with the backup camera?
  9. I was backing into my driveway, earlier this morning (O-Dark hundred), when I got home from work, and noticed that the high mount brake lights were shining through the roof liner, in the cab. Yeah, it gets really dark around here.
  10. My wife's CR-V (and our Pilot, before that) has a separate dimmer, on it, so it's apparently up to the manufacturer. Personally, I wish that all of the dash and NAV screen lights would dim down about another 15-25%.
  11. So, it happened again last night when I walked out to my truck, remote started it from the hangar door, opened the door (lights were on), and my radio was playing. Before I jumped in to drive home, I opened all four doors, still kept playing. @Mike GMC, I will be letting them know when I take it in for my oil change, in a couple weeks.
  12. Happened again today, couldn't remember what I was looking for, until I relocated this thread. Also, last night, I remote started my truck, walked up to my truck and the radio was playing (lights were on).
  13. Been thinking about that, dash cam (motion sensitive), or camera system on my driveway/house. I have a "driveway doorbell" from Harbor Freight, in my garage, been thinking about putting that up, too.
  14. Looks good. If they are anything like the ones in CA, it's a simple "Fix-It Ticket." In CA, the front windows can only be up to a certain percentage, think it's around 35%. AND, only the top 4" of the windshield can be tinted, but I have seen a lot of vehicles driving around with tint down to the bottom of the mirror mount (which is how I'd like to do mine). I may darken up my back one a little more, not sure at this point.
  15. YIKES!!! Last week, I was using the hell out of my heated sweater (mid-30s to mid-40s), with wearing a sweatshirt on my way to work (mid-60s). This week, I haven't used my heated sweater, yet. 70+ coming into work, and mid to upper 40s on the way home. Although, Thursday, LAST WEEK, we had high winds and it was in the 30s, when we went home. Had my heated sweater on high, I was nice and toasty, until I cleared the hangar door. Wind blew ALL of the heat out of my sweater, even with my gortex jacket on, over top of my sweater. Touching another man's truck without permission should be punishable by death.
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