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Old 08-28-2013, 01:41 PM   #1571
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Ordered some LED's for my interior. 6x T10 5050 and 2x 42mm Festfoon 5050. Should be here in a couple weeks. Anyone know where I can get a quick tutorial on how to remove to the map light covers and the dome light cover?
It's easy. Just look at it and figure it out. Took me all of 5 mins to do it all. I know that's not very helpful lol
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Old 09-01-2013, 03:16 PM   #1572
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Got 2 painted rear bumper pieces for sale. Sensor holes in them. Just need a good sand blasting and they're ready for paint. $100 for the pair if anyone's interested. They are for an 09-13 truck.
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Installed my 1A Auto trailer tow mirrors last night. The installation process is quite easy. I took my time on the first door and it took me about 40 minutes (would have been faster if I could have found a good hook tool), but the second door was a breeze and only took 15 minutes.

The mirrors seem to be of good quality. No glass vibration, and they fold and extend firmly. I just gotta tweak with the blind spot mirrors to get them exactly where I want them.





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So trying decide if you should upgrade my truck, to a loaded fx4
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I don't know anything about you or your current truck, but do it! haha. There has to be good deals this sept/oct for 2013's.
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So trying decide if you should upgrade my truck, to a loaded fx4
I had an XLT, upgraded to a Lariat. If that's what your heart desires is an FX4, go for it! You won't be disappointed!
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I had an XLT, upgraded to a Lariat. If that's what your heart desires is an FX4, go for it! You won't be disappointed!
I have a fx4 scab, but it's a pain in the rear loading my 4 year old all the time
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Mirrors look good, Butters. Good job on rescuing that puppy.
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I have a fx4 scab, but it's a pain in the rear loading my 4 year old all the time
Ah. I bought a SuperCrew. We have a SuperCab at work, and I never thought they we're that much smaller, but I can are it being a pain. The guy who drives it and there is a booster away and a baby seat and the area is full
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Mirrors look good, Butters. Good job on rescuing that puppy.
Thanks, and thanks!
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