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It's all good dude! Here's a change of subject..... "Don't pull the trigger though" just joking.
Im getting my truck ready for the 2019 Summer Rock Concerts! Added two "quick attach" Bluetooth speakers & a 14' collapsible flag pole with base for those pre-concert tailgate parties!
I'm attending the three day "M-3 FESTIVAL" in Columbia MD, 20+ bands, multiple stages, & great food & drink.

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It's all good dude! Here's a change of subject..... "Don't pull the trigger though" just joking.
Im getting my truck ready for the 2019 Summer Rock Concerts! Added two "quick attach" Bluetooth speakers & a 14' collapsible flag pole with base for those pre-concert tailgate parties!
I'm attending the three day "M-3 FESTIVAL" in Columbia MD, 20+ bands, multiple stages, & great food & drink.

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I know some people. I have my personal Nissan Tech that takes care of my occasional dealership needs. Transmission service, TPMS sensors and other things that I cannot do myself.



It was flashing that 28. I still had about 4 gallons so I could have gone more than 28 miles.
I can go 70 to 75 miles after the --------- lines start flashing combo driving, 55 to 60 city and 80 highway driving. Under 70mph by the way. any thing above that and the atm card suffers.

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First of all...why is there a Toyota Tacoma ad on a Frontier Forum? I digress...

So, I installed new Bilstein 5100's, AAL's and new shackle bushings on the rear. Found out I'm too old to be crawling around under a truck but too young to not enjoy it. Quite a dilemma. Raised the back about two inches. Right now it is my tow vehicle so I'm not leveling the front yet. This set up gives me what I need to haul my TT. Once I get my Titan XD hopefully later this year then I'll do adjustable 5100's up front along with new UCA's, LCA's, tie rod ends, etc. Before and after pics below.
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Ahh that's not too pricey, I'm a few weeks away from dropping almost $4000 (CAD) on a roof top tent setup

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That is a awesome rig! Im envious. I was thinking how I'd like to retire and get a rig like that and just tour the USA.

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Installed my newly color matched used cap/campershell so that I could drive it to a guy who will buff it out and try to get a little shine out of it. Here's a thread with some details:
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Not bad. Looks better in person than the pic honestly.

Update: I had it buffed out by a car painter. He said I was way tooo stingy with the amount of paint and clear I put on... especially with the top... the coats were too thin. Regardless, for $20, he was able to draw some shine out of it (and touched up a chip from where I impatiently started removing window tape prematurely).

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Installed my Redline Goods leather console cover. They are making a new though because mine came with a repaired hole in the leather.




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XTP spacer installed today finally got around to it hurray scratch off 1 thing only 999999 things on my list left to do lol.

I do have ? though for any of the other members that installed the spacer did you notice that the bracket in center that the cover bolts to now rubs on your induction air control valve on plenum see picture


Found this guy trying to hone in on my breakfast this morning


Well see how this spacer works out I will mention right off the bat that the engine does seem to idle smoother
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"and that's why have done all of my own work less warranty work, just can't trust anyone these days" a quote taken from Silverflash
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