Made yet another change in my audio system plans! I'm going all out with a fully active system and Mosconi processor so I'm gonna sell the Alpine x110slv 10" Restyle kit This unit is extremely easy to install with all included plug n play harnesses and is in like new condition (been in for a few months and my truck only has a little over 8,000 miles in 2 years so it hasn't been used much). I would really like to sell it locally if possible (Monterey CA and I'll even help you install it) to avoid having to repackage everything but I will so it can be shipped safely if it comes down to that. Asking $1050.00 picked up or if you are interested in having it shipped we can chat about working that out. 831-383-0308 7am-8pm pst Instagram @mrmarvsplace Google "Mr Marv Tacoma" for references or message for a link to my 700+ 100% positive 18 year eBay feedback.
Made yet another change in my audio system plans! I'm going all out with a fully active system and Mosconi processor so I'm gonna sell the Alpine x110slv 10" Restyle kit This unit is extremely easy to install with all included plug n play harnesses and is in like new condition (been in for a few months and my truck only has a little over 8,000 miles in 2 years so it hasn't been used much). I would really like to sell it locally if possible (Monterey CA and I'll even help you install it) to avoid having to repackage everything but I will so it can be shipped safely if it comes down to that.
I measure the areas of the vehicle I'm doing and calculate how much I'll need myself so I never noticed that on the website but I'll give him a call to let him know (the product now comes out of Southern California)
Made 2 unintentional "mods" in one day...While backing into a space at the store I looked down for a split second when i heard the ding for a text, missed the curb stop and hit the wall. Slight bend to the rear bumper and a little scrape to the plastic but not too bad (text was from Nasty on the forum here so I'm blaming him! ) Next I was in the drive through at BK but changed my mind so I backed up. Didn't quite back up far enough and when I turned where I thought was the end of the lane the left front went over a higher than typical curb and she's pulling to the right now. Since I have to get it aligned anyway this may be the motivation I needed to finish the lowering now so I don't have to align it twice.
He happens to be a personal friend and if you let me know what's wrong with the website as well as what trouble you had ordering by phone I'll let him know (he has someone else taking orders these days)
Marv88 replied to Marv88's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500Thanks guys. Looks like I better take it in before it gets serious.
Marv88 replied to Marv88's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500It only has a little over 8,000 miles and I now notice it is a little jerky when making a slow speed left or right turn which does seem like it could be something in the rear end (this is the first vehicle Ive ever had with all this traction control etc so I thought it may have been something to do with that)
Over the last couple of days I've noticed that my right rear tire on my 2016 Silverado regular cab chirps real quick when I make a right hand turn from a stop. It doesn't happen on a left turn from stop and I'm not positive but it seems like it might actually be locking up for a second as opposed to breaking traction. Anybody else ever had this issue or have any insight as to what may be going on?
Every time my wife rides with me she comments on people staring or giving thumbs up (I rarely notice because I'm concentrating on staying out of the way of all these knuckleheads I'm driving around!) and I find it is a great conversation starter as people come up to me frequently in parking lots asking questions or complimenting!
I bought my rear liners there but surprisingly I found I could buy most oem accessories online cheaper than I could get them there even after her discount!
That's the way to do it for sure as there is more negotiating room and typically better rebates on the higher trim levels. We got lucky as there happened to be a $2,000 rebate on LS models at the time which surprisingly we still got on top of employee pricing.
My wife worked at the dealership and I'd be gloating if I told what she paid (she got it for me as a Father's Day gift)
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