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  1. I don't. I think I used a stepper bit and just gradually increased until it fit snuggly. If I had to guess I'd say 1 1/4"
  2. Depends on the gauge. I used 16 gauge, which iirc, matched the wire on the outlet perfectly.
  3. Yes. I have a ground point near the fusebox that I have my dashcam grounded to. I just use that. But you can ground to the seat bolt if you wanted. It's right there.
  4. Can't remember the exact one, but there's plenty that are ACC. Just grab one of those. BUT! Keep in mind USB QC can draw up to (I think) 5 amps. So make sure you factor that in. I changed the fuse out with one 5 amps larger.
  5. Bench. And it wasn't too bad. About an hour of labor. Unbolted the seats, unbolted the jump seat, installed port, ran wires under passenger scuff plate to fuse box.
  6. Thanks! This pic is several months old and I've already gotten new shoes. And yes, I'm very happy with the step rails. They are Tyger Star Armor. Very sturdy and have held up well.
  7. How difficult was the front end swap? Was everything pretty much plug and play? Looks like a great mod that I'd be interested in.
  8. Yeah. These looks real enjoyable. P.S. ALL vehicles have issues.
  9. Fuel Vapors, indeed. -18 offset. No spacers. Rubbed a bit in full reverse lock on the very back of the mudflaps in the wheel well. An inch of trimming took care of that nicely.
  10. Cleaned and waxed her today and decided to take a couple pics.
  11. Got the two port QC receptacle from amazon and wired it directly to the fuse box.
  12. Negative. With my level (front and back) I'm now a bit taller than a stock Trailboss and I have no issues.
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