I use this all the time in the summer. It's perfect for letting the heat from sitting in the sun all day, out of the truck. I drive with my windows down most of the time anyway, so this feature is awesome for me.
This was supposed to be posted in this thread not the Levelling kit thread, but that's what day drinking in 90 degree weather gets you... Anyway, got the tint done. Next is a levelling kit...
That's laughable at best. The study compared "cheap" conventional oil to "high priced" synthetic oil's (that are designed to go further between change intervals) at a 4000 mile average change interval (conventional oil's change intervals). Lets see how those numbers look if you compare the conventional oil's and synthetic oil's, at the synthetic oil's change intervals. Or what the numbers look like for conventional oil at it's 4-5000 mile change interval vs. synthetic oil at it's 10-15000 mile change interval. That is where you'll see the benefit of the "high Priced" oil's. It's not a matter of which does better during it's cycle, so much as which one has the longer cycle. A conventional oil change at the place I go is $35 every 5-6k kms, where the Synthetic is $55 every 10-12k km. They do the same job, but one does that same job longer, and costs less in the end. I do agree the filter is important as well.
Daly replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThe SUV's have always been a year or two behind the truck redesign. Wouldn't be surprised to see a new SUV in 2020/21.
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