I tend to be proactive and replace my batteries after 3 years so I don't run into trouble. However, I'm still on my original in my 16 1500 crew cab Silverado 5.3. It looks like swapping it out is a bit of a project, and I can't see the battery label without removing that bus bar with the connections. The manual also didn't have the specs listed. So, does anyone know the factory battery specs? I wouldn't mind stepping up in capability while I'm at it. Thanks.
Ah yes the Streethawk I believe. I remember having to get out of the car to smack those with my hand to get them moving again when the rotators would freeze up in cold weather. The kids are spoiled with the leds.
Took some things over to my mom's that required the cover folded, so I used the shopvac to clean the bed once back home. Its surprising whatb ends up along the front of the box even with it usually covered.
Daubert Chemical Nox Rust is the wax coating used on the frames from the factory. You could coat any thin or bare spots with that. I've used Fluid Film on the metal under my truck with good results, then just tried to keep the frame clean.
I actually ended up with another Toro, but with the Honda engine. So far it's been a dream to use.
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