Never. If someone wants to it is their right I suppose but the people who slam it back without regard to what the person behind them is doing is rude as hell.
The 509 now has a bunch of upgrades from Apex. New trigger, extractor and striker. It's become my EDC for the bulk of the time. The 365 is still a great discrete carry gun.
275/65-18. Stock suspension and wheels. I'm real happy with them as there seems to be no noticeable increase in tread noise compared to the junk OE Goodyear highway tires that GM puts on the Z71. They're still a P-rated tire as I feel there are too many tradeoffs going to the E-load versions on a 1500 but they are definitely a lot stiffer than the OE tires. Bumps feel a bit more controlled. Snow is still a few months out but I plan to get some sort of tote box and fill it with sand tubes and it should be un-stoppable.
As far as I know the trailer brake controller has always been a standalone option. You'll need what is shown above or if you don't have that, buy an aftermarket brake controller.
As someone who spent a significant amount of time on the road for 12 years I can tell you the best place to poop is a hotel. There’s always a toilet off the lobby somewhere and if you walk in like you own the joint they won’t pay you any attention. Bathroom is usually a single stall and spotless.
The throttle control does nothing but make it open sooner. No power gain. 50 HP is gonna be tough. You *might* get there with a cam, full exhaust and tune. Lower axle gearing will probably put more power to the wheels, especially if you lift it.
MikeNH replied to aseibel's topic in Major League Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Firearms, Hunting, OHRVI carry because it is my right as an American. I don't live in fear of anything. That's media hype. New Hampshire is constantly named as one of the safest states in the country yet we have some of the most lenient gun laws in the country. Guns don't make someplace less safe, it's unstable people. AR15s have been in production since the 1950s. Mass shootings are for the most part a relatively modern phenomenon. What changed? Society.
I think CarPlay came first actually. You may need an update to get AA.
I wasn't aware anyone still bothered with this given that basically everyone has a phone with bluetooth. Why pay extra for OnStar calling when you should be able to do the same, assuming you have a smartphone? 1. 15 minutes. 2. Common on a lot of vehicles sadly. 3. Probably a hill-hold feature if you park on an incline? Just guessing.
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