Did you buy new quick connect fittings or cut the ones off the factory line? I'm trying to find out what size and where to buy those fittings. I want to be able to just hook the stock line back up quickly in case i go in for warranty work.
I misplaced a set of my keys and fob last week, It was my spare set but has turned out to be quite costly. I'm sure they are around the house but I went a head and bought a spare key today at the dealership. Cost was 48 bucks and it should have been simple to program but ended up being a pain in the butt. I'll wait around a few weeks to see if they show up before I order a new fob. I hate brain farts! rant over
I hate that happened, I know the feeling. I had a 07 Tundra SR5 that I had rims and tires put on as soon as I got it. I went out to eat after hunting one Saturday and like others I parked out in no mans land so that I wouldn't get any door dents. Some prick keyed my truck from the tip of the front fender all the way to the end of the bed. I would have loved to caught that SOB. I would have sanded the scratch out with his head.
This is why I went with painted fuel wheels with a center cover. On my last Truck I had chrome plated wheels and with in 24 hrs. of the first snow the chrome was pitted. Never again, hopefully the painted fuel wheels hold up.
Mine seem to be pretty accurate, I also have very good tire Gage. I noticed back towards the end of summer that if one side of the truck is parked facing the sun for any amount of time that side will grow 1 psi over the other. They do equalize out after its driven a few miles.
DMT6 replied to SierraJoe1110's topic in Major League Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Firearms, Hunting, OHRVMy 07 Can-am 800 Outlander. Mainly use it for hunting but it's also a blast to play on.
It's sad that buying a new vehicle has become a not so pleasant experience. Much like you I really like new vehicles and have purchased many in my lifetime although only 2 in the past ten years. I bought a new truck this past summer, I took going to 3 different dealerships before I finally got one to give me a price that didn't change when I made my way to the business office. Less then 10 minutes in the business office and I was on my way.
DMT6 replied to Daly's topic in Garage & Home, Snow Plowing, Landscaping, & Lawn CareIf the subgrade is good and solid I would think it would hold up well. Even asphalt is only as strong as the subgrade it's place on.
It's not like that just at your dealer. I wont hardly take anything back to a dealer weather it's a motorcycle, truck, or car dealer. My oil filter was leaking on my 2017 truck so I went ahead and changed the oil myself at 3000 miles. I had a axle shaft seal that looked like it was leaking so I took it by the dealer. The tech wrote on the paperwork that the customer had spilled oil everywhere while changing oil. No leaks, It was all I could do to not go back and B""""h slap the so called tech.
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