Thanks for the compliments, I've used this type on 2 Explorers in the past and they work as well or better than the stick on type. Unfortunately they aren't available for my wife's CRV. They go right on the chrome surround above the window and really break up the flow of the trim.
Tore apart my door panels so i could remove my side view mirrors. I am having the last of the Line-x shot on my truck next week so long as the weather will allow.
I am always amazed how easy most things are to do to a car wit the help of the search function and DIY threads. I really have to give a huge thanks to all those who have taken the time to make DIY threads and also all those whom have taken the time to respond to my questions.
After the Line-X i am done till the Spring with the mods on the truck. I think in the spring i will start with a basic UCA and LCA Titan swap with coils and a some Sliders. Maybe by fall a new bumper and some skids?
To think this all started because i needed new tires and wanted MT's and refused to just buy another round of stock size rubber. Looking back having now spent about $5 grand i wonder what i have started being i can see another 5 grand i can spend easy! Ow well all and all i love my new to me truck!!
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Looks good man. Ive got the same ones and have had them on for aprox 3 years with branches and sticks hitting them and Im surprised they havent snaped or broke. Good choice Mach1tosh.
Same here - I've had mine for 5 years and I actually put a large crack on the top of the passenger one 4 years ago and it is still in there, not interfering with the window and not leaking. Great product
__________________ 2007 Frontier LE Crew Cab LWB 4x4 w/leather
Oil change, air filter and rotated the Cooper AT3s for the first time...6000 miles and very little wear. So far really liking the Coopers. Also cleaned the battery posts of the corrosion build up. Got ripped off because I needed a new Key and fob...nearly $200 and dealer actually charged me $23 to "program" the fob and $23 to "program" the key. Shouldn't the f'in key and fob include being able to start your freaking truck? I f'in hate car dealers...scum of the earth!
Junction City, KS
Bilstein 5100's at all 4 corners (1.5" level in front)
$52 in ethanol free unlead from pump 5, drove to the gym for a 15 minute run, to work, to grocery store deli for lunch, back to work, to home, to the track for another 7 minute run with the wife. I finally get to stop....
Played around a bit in the fresh snow before leaving work. I guess there's a few benefits to being the closing manager, such as an empty parkinglot at quitting time... Hopefully the forecast holds true and we get a bit more of the white stuff this weekend. So far we keep getting about an inch followed by rain that melts it all.
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