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sballmann45

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  1. Today I got a warning on the dash telling me that my oil level was low. This happened to me a couple times before. It seems to happen once I have around 30% oil life left. I had read that it could be caused by the cylinder deactivation so I bought that Range device. I put it on with my last oil change but it hasn't seemed to have helped. The dip stick is almost dry when I check the oil. I haven't seen any leaks. Any ideas?
  2. Easier than I thought. I drilled holes in the corners and used a cut off wheel to connect the dots.
  3. I see what you mean. I had to put them there because of the bumper brackets on the back and because that is the flattest spot I could put them.
  4. I would recommend flush mount cubes. I use them everyday to hook up to a trailer. I bought them from superbrightleds.com with a harness. Only issue was that I had to extend the harness to get it to reach.
  5. For anyone wondering, yes, it is possible to have a headache rack, a tonneau cover, and a toolbox all at the same time! I just finished building this rack and it works great.
  6. I have a 6.5 foot bed with a husky low profile toolbox and a extang trifold tonneau cover. I really want to buy or build a headache rack as well. I've seen a few photos of others doing this but I can't see how it works. When I have my toolbox open there is probably only an inch of space between it and the cab meaning there would be no room for the headache rack. I could probably scoot the tool box and the tonneau back slightly but the tonneau is already about to stick past the edge. The husky toolbox I have does seem to have a thick top and that may be the issue. Any ideas?
  7. I have a 6.5 foot bed with a husky low profile toolbox and a extang trifold tonneau cover. I really want to buy or build a headache rack as well. I've seen a few photos of others doing this but I can't see how it works. When I have my toolbox open there is probably only an inch of space between it and the cab meaning there would be no room for the headache rack. I could probably scoot the tool box and the tonneau back slightly but the tonneau is already about to stick past the edge. The husky toolbox I have does seem to have a thick top and that may be the issue. Any ideas?
  8. I bought this ranch hand used early January mainly for the looks but figured it would be helpful in case of an accident. About a month later I got to test it out on a Camry. I am curious what y'all think. Would I have been better off without it? The impact pushed it bar back and screwed up the fend er, hood, headlight, and grille. I'm not sure what to think. Luckily the bar was not damaged and bent back into place.
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