I've been happy with this one from Amazon: Rexing V1 3rd Generation 4K UHD WiFi Car Dash Cam 2.4" LCD 170° Wide Angle Dashboard Camera Recorder with WiFi, 16GB Card, G-Sensor, WDR, Loop Recording Tapped into the driver's door fuse panel so it powers on with the key turned to accessories/on. It mounts behind the rear view mirror and is basically out of sight and out of mind. The video is pretty impressive. Haven't checked out too much night time video yet though. We got a dual, front/rear, version for the wife's Jeep which is awesome with the hatchback window.
I've always been a big fan of Black Magic Tire Wet Foam spray. Applied to a clean, dry tire, it leaves a nice shine that usually lasts a decent amount of time - not months though. But it's pretty cheap and easy to apply.
I'm satisfied with the light output of the stock HID in my 2017, but have been periodically looking for a D5S LED bulb replacement because it seems ridiculous to me to pay so much money for a bulb that will only last a couple years. I came across these today, which look like a direct LED replacement: https://lumenshpl.com/products/d5-led-6000k-each-by-lumens-hpl I've never heard of Lumens High Performance Lighting, a Canadian company. I'm wondering if anybody might have tried these? Or would be interested in trying them and reporting back to us?? Or maybe that has input on whether this company is reputable or not?
When I bought my new truck the finance guy tried wheeling and dealing and pushing and pushing for an extended warranty, to the point that he was basically begging and came across as desperate. It was almost comical if it wasn't so annoying. But it told me everything I needed to know; he needed it more than I did.
Not a bad looking truck. Those mirrors though - gotta go! They look like something a kid threw together with Legos...
I agree. Somebody photoshopped it on another thread with a straight line connecting to the rear half and it made a world of difference. It made it look so much more aggressive and complete.
Yes, it's pretty simple and straight forward once you crawl under it and look. I did the same thing - painted the chrome black. There are clips all the way around. I used a trim tool to get it started and it went pretty smooth after that. I also had to drill out two rivets that were holding the license plate frame on and used small bolts to put it back on.
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