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Michael621

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  1. Good idea re the rear wheel liners, perfect use for some of mine. They do not amount to much, but something is better than nothing...
  2. Everyone has sure made this thread an interesting read. Keep it up, I'm going to pop me up some popcorn.
  3. I prefer the tubular version. I have had the flat version on vehicles in the past, and they always seemed to catch a bunch of road debris.
  4. Love the quality, and everything else about the truck. Completely happy after 4,000 miles.
  5. Thank you for the hopeful suggestions, I will tinker with it this weekend!
  6. The dealer installed the hard tri-fold Fold-a-cover on my truck. The weather seal that rests on top of the tailgate does interfere with the operation and have the same issue. If you raise the latch so it does not interfere, the cover does not sit flush and sits up at a goofy angle and defeats the purpose of the weatherstrip. Perhaps there is a happy medium in the adjustment.
  7. In Washington, I'm only allowed 24%. If the factory tint is as dark as stated here, perhaps I will just skip it. Although with the sunroof shade open, it seems barely tinted at all, and I feel like I'm sitting in a fish bowl! I may end up changing my mind as I have always had the front match the back as close as possible. https://www.garagechief.com/car-window-tinting-law-by-state/#ftoc-state-law-summary-chart
  8. No noise here, although I do have the sunroof.
  9. I've been using the fuelly app to record fill ups since I purchased the truck, interesting to look at the graphs it provides. Lifetime is sitting at around 20. Interestingly, the guess-o-meter in the truck is about the same.
  10. 97% front, 99% rear, after 3100 on the clock for me. The downshifting of the truck when coming to a stop, or after tapping the brakes when going down a hill, I would think save some wear.
  11. I've seen mirrors that may a temporary solution on camping world, although I have not tried any of them. May try the ratchet lock one if the need arises. https://www.campingworld.com/hitch-tow/tow-mirrors
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