Hey all, Hopefully I’m not breaking any forum rules by posting this, but I have a bunch of brand new/like new Magpul accessories that were intended to go towards an AR build that never came to finalization. Willing to let the whole lot go cheap since it’s just taking up space in my closet at the moment.. - 24 Flat Dark Earth Mlok Rail Covers (new) - Flat Dark Earth Angled Foregrip (new) - Flat Dark Earth MOE Grip (new) - Black Vertical Foregrip w/Mlok Adaptor (like new) - Flat Dark Earth Mlok Vertical Foregrip (like new) $55 shipped
M1, no question. They’re only going to go up in value. I went through the CMP for mine and I highly recommend them!
I also have the RC bed mat. It definitely is heavy duty and overall I like it.. but beware of the "recycled materials" disclaimer in the description. Mine came with a TON of embedded brown carpet fibers. I sent RC a message and they acknowledged how bad it was and sent me a new one.. the second one was just as bad. I just decided to keep it and ignore the aesthetic defects and use it as a beater bed mat to save my factory spray-in liner. Just something to keep in mind..
Fold-a-Cover Bed Cover w/Personal Caddy - Fits 2016-2018 Silverado/Sierra with 6’6” bed (may possibly fit other manufacturer 6’6” beds also) - small pea sized puncture (see picture) - located in Central Pennsylvania - $150 https://www.foldacoverfactorystore.com/GM4932-G4-Elite-Fold-A-Cover.html https://www.foldacoverfactorystore.com/GM4932PC0-Personal-Caddy.html
Thank you! I swapped the factory 20’s with the red stripes for replica GMC honeycombs.
Pretty much my thoughts exactly. I think (most) modern vehicles these days hold up reasonably well if you take care of them. Which further was me perplexed as to my the Toyota reliability factor still holds so much water with sales these days. In regards to your comments about Toyota interiors.. I can’t comment on rattles/squeaks that develop over time, but I can say in regards to the Tacoma it looks vastly outdated and borderline cheap. I think it’s best attribute is the aggressive exterior styling, not much else intrigues me about them. The V6 is inefficient/middle of the pack (comparing to competitors), the transmission is ancient and it lacks lots of general features (not even an option for remote start). Yet Toyota charges big bucks.
Yes, I do hear that they excel off road. Does anyone else here feel like Toyota uses their "reliability" reputation as an excuse to justify charging a hefty premium for their trucks while skimping on basic things like regular updates (both mechanically and aesthetically) and features? I don't have a problem with Toyota vehicles in general, but I've always felt that way.. and it comes off a bit greedy to me.
I have not. The interior's do look a bit cramped, more sedan-like than truck-like. Tacoma's seem to have a cult like following too.. not sure why? They do look pretty sharp with the right suspension and tire/wheel combo, but other than that I'm not sure why people tend to go so crazy for them.
Just curious.. Have anyone of you guys ever at any point considered downsizing to a mid sized truck? I will admit, I do like the look of Tacoma’s and was considering one before picking up my used 2018 Redline.. but I just could not bring myself to pay the same amount for a smaller truck, smaller engine (no gain in mpg compared to with 5.3 with AFM) and less features.
Yea, I was just wondering if there would be a difference. Maybe I can live without a plug. I just hate looking at a rusty hitch.. though like you said, it’s pretty much inevitable unless you sand everything and repaint it often. Sounds like a PITA to me though.
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