Very nicely done! Probably 80% bumper, 15% tires, and 3% TS.. :nerd:
Probably more like 50% bumpers, 40% TS, 10% tires.Very nicely done! Probably 80% bumper, 15% tires, and 3% TS.. :nerd:
TruckIt is correct that the pair that are currently on the rear are exhibiting a little more wear than the two on the front...I actually have a theory about that that warrants further investigation. In any event, they do seem to require frequent rotations in order to keep them wearing well.Not sure if I should ask how many miles, hours, or rocks crushed on your tires now, but are you pleased with the wear so far?
The *parts* price difference is fairly substantial. Once you factor labor into the equation, it would need to last about 30-35% longer to be a worthwhile upgrade from a financial perspective.I have no direct input on the clutch, but what is the parts price difference between the two? I would also weigh that in to the equation.
The one I ordered is OEM. My truck came with a cubby hole next to the 4WD switch. I ordered a replacement piece with cutouts for switches instead of a cubby hole. Since your truck is an '07 the part number will be different - the interior design was changed in '09.I'm interested in seeing your switch setup when it's completed! I will need to mount a few extra switches in the next few months.