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  1. You obviously haven’t tried one out yet. I shimmed my pedal, which eliminates a slight flex. This changes the sensitivity of the pedal. You fine tune the settings. The highest setting will spin the tires with just barely a press on the pedal. A piece of wood doesn’t change that.
  2. Everybody’s different. Not everyone wants a tune that could potentially void your warranty, and spend hundreds more on a tune vs a simple mod that makes drivability better.
  3. Finally got to hand wash, clay and paint sealant. I’m pretty sure it’s the first hand wash since last fall. . It’s bad, considering I’m a detailer on the side. I never have time to work on my own stuff.
  4. Because the controller changes the sensitivity of the pedal. Makes it more fun to drive.
  5. Painted this up for a good friend. Still hoping to get my truck washed before this long weekend is up.
  6. Built a nice garden fence and hauled a yard of topsoil to top it off.
  7. Just unplug it from inside the tailgate. Remove the torx screws and use the Access panel.
  8. Funny you ask this. I had a MIT intake tube for a few years now. I just discovered the whole side of the air box can be unclipped allowing more air to the filter. It has a nice CIA noise and growl now after removing this. I’ve had intakes on all my previous trucks and it sounds identical now.
  9. Making more progress. We got the 70’s carpet ripped up and padding scraped off. Priming and painting the trim White today. Well prime and deal the concrete floor tomorrow for the new carpet being installed Sat morning. It’s just about done!
  10. I made some led poster frames. These turned out awesome. I have a remote dimmer switch so they can be dimmed down during a movie.
  11. The whole side piece that goes against the fender with the foam. It literally just pops out with 3 tabs.
  12. I cleaned my k&n filter this weekend and popped out the side piece on my air box while I was at it. I’ve had the MIT tube for a few years now. There’s a nice growl now at the 2k rpm range that was never there with that air box piece. Now it sounds like a cold air intake. Lol! I’ve had cold air kits on all my vehicles except for this truck.
  13. Your best bet would be to have something custom made with fiberglass.
  14. There's literally one hole for the wires to come in the roof, and only one way for water to get in. It's not the outer rubber seal with the gap in it that fails. It's the small foam seal right in the center on the antennae. Put a thick ring of silicone around the hole when you install it and you'll never have a leak. You can't even see it because the antennae will be covering it up. Same thing goes for the 3rd brake light. Foam seal leaks, so just remove it and run a thick bead of silicone and re-install. Problem fixed.
  15. They're OEM from the SUV's. -I have a black one and its great.
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