My only guess is from the shit weather in CT in the winter something got in them or something. I checked the wires and they seem fine. I thought the clips I used may have exposed some of the wire but they didn’t. I also tried putting the front lights on the wires of the back lights and they still worked so it’s not the module Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Do you know the part number? Been wanting one but when I looked a while ago I didn’t see one painted for some reason Edit- didn’t see your following post about painting it. It looks great though Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
The left one is. Haven’t had the time to get under and straighten it. I picked up a homemade jet ski trailer one day that didn’t lock on to the hitch and one big bump by the lake popped it off and slid into the truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
took advantage of Recon’s flash 40% off sale and got taillights and the 3rd brake light. They’re plug and play even with my stock being halogens. Also got the truck washed after dealing with winter. And the car wash I went through broke my Recon antenna off [emoji854] happy Monday! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
So how’d you run the wiring? From the trailer harness to the switch then around the bed by the cab or did you split it after the switch to go to the other side? Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Neallynein started following Engine bay got you down...Clean it up with a new cover.
Tax accountant here. They do still pay payroll taxes just like any other legitimate business. They are considered legit businesses for tax purposes. The government will always take more money if they can hence why there's never been a shutdown in Colorado of any of the businesses. The federal gov does realize they helping more than hurting. My personal opinion is tax it like tobacco and alcohol.
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