Yea I’ve been thinking about it and I think I’ll just put a switch inside the bed easy to reach from tailgate. I would put a plunger type switch in but I would still want availability of shutting it off when gate down and not needed.It's a mod that's definitely worth doing IMO.
I kind of had to put my rocker switch in the cab to fill the cutout where I previously had a rectangle shaped double usb port.Yea I’ve been thinking about it and I think I’ll just put a switch inside the bed easy to reach from tailgate. I would put a plunger type switch in but I would still want availability of shutting it off when gate down and not needed.
The install took a lot longer than I had anticipated with the roof being the lone exception.Would love to hear your thoughts on the dynamat install. Was the reason to reduce road noise, and if so, did you find it made a significant difference?
Butterman, I only did the inside door skins, I didn't try to reach inside to get the inside face of the outer door skin. I installed urethane speaker "cups" before screwing the midranges in, the "cups" create a new baffle and keep sound from bouncing around all over inside the door. I don't hear any noticeable ringing from the door skin sheetmetal and the 4 layers of inner damping is plenty to reduce noise quite a bit. I dont have a calibrated dBA device to quantify.Did you also do the the inside of the outer door skin?
We had an old Toyota a long time ago. Those pedals remind me of the fun we had personalizing it. Made me smile.😁
been windy up here in dfw area too ,if ya want wind all ya gotta do is try and put a tarp on something here...lolDynamating my whole truck has been something i've wanted to do for a year now. Its so windy here in south texas that the other day my buddy & I were talking to each other with significantly raised voices just to communicate going down the road and he's sitting right next to me! LOL
I wish it were at least a little windy here in San Antonio. Especially in the summer when one has to resort to turning on a sprinkler to create a slight breeze when sitting outside.Yeah I lived half my life in Wichita Falls, Tx. North Texas wind is no joke. I'd say its a bit worse here but either way it gets ridiculous.
And Yeah, Butterman, Corpus Christi, Padre Island, Gulf Coast to be exact