So back in December I installed my new head-unit and the add-on reverse camera. Pretty easy job and everything went pretty smoothly. Definitely makes the truck feel more modern having the camera and the head unit with all of the features. Apple Car Play is pretty awesome. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Set my new cab lights on the roof to get an idea if I'll like them or not. As of now I'm 98% for installing them. The other 2% is against it because of possible complications from install years down the road. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
Daryl Z71 replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomFront end is probably the ugliest of any truck ever, the rest of the truck looks great though! Short hood probably means the engine is crammed in there which equals no room to work.
I got the truck fixed a few weeks ago now. It had 3 brake lines that hadn't been touched yet so dad and I just replaced all three of them. Should be good for a while now. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
I've heard that as well. I'm going to try it so I can get it moved down the street a block where it's easier for a rollback to pick it up. My parents garage is a 45 minute drive from my house so that's farther than I would like to chance driving it that way. I have towing on my car insurance anyway so I might as well use it I suppose.
What an enjoyable morning. Shoveled the car out of the snow only to have it get stuck 6 feet away from where it was parked, after shoveling it out a second time I got it parked back in its spot. Told the wife that I would have to take her to work in the truck only to have it blow a brake line while trying to get it out of its parking spot. I really hate winter.
Daryl Z71 replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomAt least they handled it better than the ignition switch fiasco.
I've been slowly gathering parts to do a rebuild of my front steering system on the truck, so far I have a MOOG idler arm and an idler arm bracket. Debating on if I want to just go ahead and replace the steering box, and steering shaft while I'm at it. I plan on taking the pitman arm to the local auto parts store to get the correct one whenever I finally tear into this. The tie rods don't need replaced since they are only a couple of years old and maybe have 5k miles on them.
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