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  1. Haha I think he means the “brand”, not “the filter.” Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I think that means with the drivers side you just omit the step with the air box. There shouldn’t be anything in front of it where the spare battery spot is, no? (Sorry I have a 2018 so it’s an all led housing, but I’m guessing access would be the same?) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. You use it on the lugs too!?!??? I get the hub and wheel, but I’d never put it on a lug. You need torque and friction there! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I too usually find that giving them a good couple boots on one side then the other will do the trick. I Just be careful when on jacks and jack stands. Then I usually douche them with a brake cleaner and hit them with a wire brush before putting them back on. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Did my 37,500 service and Replaced the cabin filter with one of these new fangled K&N lifetime ones. We’ll see how that goes... it fit well tho. Also that TPMS relearn tool worked like a charm again. [emoji1360][emoji1360] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Haha which is like once a month with mileage like that over 2 years!!! Jealous!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk mi
  7. What’s the deal with these blinker-ized door handles??? Is that a retro fit as well?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Could not agree more! And the company is great to deal with. I don’t mind sinking some cash in the right spots. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Haha Well, I got it as a gift, but like who’s buying bug remover by the gallon? You don’t wash the whole truck with it.[emoji23][emoji1787] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Bugslide is pretty good and it smells like cotton candy. Haha. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Correct, it is an excellent on-demand type of info tool, but at the same time i'm not sure its an either/or thing, but this is definitely a good tool to help you balance the load and know your tongue weight. and if you're not towing heavy enough to need a WDH this helps with that. It will also tell you if balancing what you are towing is just str8 up too heavy for your truck to handle w/o a WDH. e.g. I use this hitch to tow my utility trailer when i pick up any construction materials or carry my ATV (i'm too old to drive it up into the truck bed, and it doesn't fit in this truck anyways). my ATV is only 830-ish lbs so it doesn't even register on the scale, but the 8" drop is low enough that the trailer rides pretty level. I ALSO use this hitch when i borrow my friend's 5000lb capacity hydraulic Dump trailer to pick up sand/gravel etc. for that rig i need the 2-5/16 ball it comes with and only a 2" drop. but it helped me know when to push gravel to the front or the back of the trailer, AND most importantly when to just take a bucket back out of the trailer cuz i was over weight. my on the road while towing control etc comes from my Roadmaster Active Suspension that i installed, which prevents pogo-ing, axle-wrap, sag and body roll. Add to that that i don't think i'll ever tow something big/tall/long enough to need a WDH so i'm set up the way i need to be. but for serious big stuff towing i would def consider a WDH. That is just me, i'm an engineer so i tend to go a little overboard with stuff on the safety side, but again WDH's as i understand them are above my level of towing, but i think their application when they are needed is not really circumventable. #iinventedthatword
  12. Oh wow! Ok thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. So the letters in this are cutouts, tho right? like that red IS your actual painted doorsill showing thru?
  14. If you’re that concerned about/wanna know your tongue weight at any given moment, pick up one of these bad boys from weigh-safe.com they’re the bomb-diggitty. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. You have to make space for this one. (In yellow) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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