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Old 01-18-2014, 10:01 AM   #2781
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You can get those lights at Harbor Freight for 3 bucks. I have about 10 of them. They are awesome.
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Old 01-18-2014, 10:20 AM   #2782
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^ since this is an idea that will work for previous model years, please post this on the other generation threads so we dont have pre-09 trash coming here to get this.... Sarcasm, of course
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:30 AM   #2783
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Friday night I grabbed a roll of grip tape I had laying around. I made a pattern out of thin cardboard to match the steps. I added the grip tape to each door's step area. No more busted shins or 4 year olds slipping while getting in/out. . Wife already likes it too!
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:21 AM   #2784
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Please stop the argument. I access on my phone and get notified for each post. I'm dealing with slow and expensive access. So what something is posted in the wrong place. If it bothers the board moderator send the offender a PM and be done with it, Please
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Old 01-19-2014, 10:26 AM   #2785
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Please stop the argument. I access on my phone and get notified for each post. I'm dealing with slow and expensive access. So what something is posted in the wrong place. If it bothers the board moderator send the offender a PM and be done with it, Please
I agree with you here. Stick to the thread topic. I get notified on my phone too and wonder "oh awesome a new post! Can't wait to see my next mod" and instead it's some middle school bullshit drama.
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I agree with you here. Stick to the thread topic. I get notified on my phone too and wonder "oh awesome a new post! Can't wait to see my next mod" and instead it's some middle school bullshit drama.
Yea some threads have way to much activity so I turned off the push notification setting and just start the app manually and all notifications appear then.
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Old 01-19-2014, 01:33 PM   #2787
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Gotts info was free and part was 3.96 was my best for under $50.00.keeps paying for itself.
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To keep your tailgate from getting stole, I put a hose clamp around the side that slides out, will stop or slow down the person stealing your tailgate. about a 1.00 part....
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To keep your tailgate from getting stole, I put a hose clamp around the side that slides out, will stop or slow down the person stealing your tailgate. about a 1.00 part....
I did this myself. Definitely recommend. Awesome idea. Also, keep your tailgate locked as well.
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To keep your tailgate from getting stole, I put a hose clamp around the side that slides out, will stop or slow down the person stealing your tailgate. about a 1.00 part....
what size clamp? 2"?
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