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43 minutes ago, tmo said:


I would have a shop look at it. Those brackets bend super easy behind the bumper. Measure the gap between the bumper and grill/lights/front wheel wells. That’s what happened to mine when a girl slammed on her brakes at a stop sign after she started going because “she got scared”. Bumper wasn’t too bad, but the brackets were toast and bumper was all misaligned.

Yeah my buddy told me the bumper is pushed up now about 1/4” were the fenders are u can kinda see in the picture , plan on fixing it once I get it repainted. Just glad I don’t have to buy a new bumper ? and my insurance didn’t go up! 

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I would have a shop look at it. Those brackets bend super easy behind the bumper. Measure the gap between the bumper and grill/lights/front wheel wells. That’s what happened to mine when a girl slammed on her brakes at a stop sign after she started going because “she got scared”. Bumper wasn’t too bad, but the brackets were toast and bumper was all misaligned.
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They have new brackets for the bumpers.

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10 hours ago, dieselfan1 said:

I wished I would have unraveled the cord for my block heater last summer. I hope she starts been sitting a few days.793fa07fa8e1bfcbfa9153fa73ec63a2.jpg

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I haven’t even found the cord for my block heater yet 

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49 minutes ago, UofAZCats said:

Changed out the puddle lights to the bowtie.  Not quite properly oriented but still look damn good even in lit areas.  Will have to wait until tomorrow to see how it looks in sunlight.PXL_20210216_002437953.thumb.jpg.5e95200dcd7e30a78bb372ecc735da44.jpgPXL_20210216_002452723.thumb.jpg.6df0d4077627b8066e66baed3b83357e.jpg

Damn I really want to do this but kinda hate having to take my mirrors off again! Looks badass bro 

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1 hour ago, Frankielozano214 said:

Damn I really want to do this but kinda hate having to take my mirrors off again! Looks badass bro 

you don't have to take the mirrors off, the puddle lights just clip off/on, you will want to dremel the back of the puddle light a bit so it will fit right, the plastic/epoxy on them just need a slight trimming.

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2 hours ago, doubeleive said:

you don't have to take the mirrors off, the puddle lights just clip off/on, you will want to dremel the back of the puddle light a bit so it will fit right, the plastic/epoxy on them just need a slight trimming.

Might do it soon then

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Project #5 Completed,..... Mirrors installed and completely wired up. Big thank you to @pgamboa for the harnesses and the technical help, Much Appreciated.....

Trail Ridge Mirrors - 1AMRP01790

Power Fold -

Heated -

Turn and Parking LED -

Cargo LED -

Puddle Lamp LED -

OAT -

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Your link isn’t working [mention]Frankielozano214 [/mention].

Also, Austin winter weather has been rough. Really wishing I would have picked the 4x4 when I bought my truck. Was avoiding a spinning car and got stuck in the snow on my way to work. A nice passerby in a tundra helped me out. He told me he loved my truck and if it wasn’t for his ex wife he would have bought a GMC, so that’s good. [emoji23]6759d7997f36e7cd370f78fab84e4714.jpg

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16 minutes ago, tmo said:

Your link isn’t working [mention]Frankielozano214 [/mention].

Also, Austin winter weather has been rough. Really wishing I would have picked the 4x4 when I bought my truck. Was avoiding a spinning car and got stuck in the snow on my way to work. A nice passerby in a tundra helped me out. He told me he loved my truck and if it wasn’t for his ex wife he would have bought a GMC, so that’s good. emoji23.png6759d7997f36e7cd370f78fab84e4714.jpg

Yea, the assist steps act as "snow shoe", they put you right on top of the snow. I buried myself once, but was able to rock the truck out in 4LO with a little bit of patience. 

 

Always a good day when a nice person helps someone in need, wish there were more of them out there.

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