I didn't do the before. I have what I had with the S-10. 12" at the lowest point on the front shield and 10" at the rear differential.fallvitals wrote:What kinda before and after ground clearance numbers do you got?
It has X88 listed in the RPO codes as having had HIR bulbs. They were not in it though. It did bump the lows to 60W. Some day I'll buy another set of HIR bulbs for the highs.Does that avalanche have the HIR lightbulbs stock? Iv skimmed over the thread, but what kinda lighting mods are you planning? Aside from quad beam if that hasnt already been done...
HenryJ wrote:Exhausted! Not me the Avalanche. Cherry bombed. Took about an hour.
HenryJ wrote:My Jotto desk laptop mount hindered the two cup holders quite a bit. I really wonder why they did not add one to the door pocket. Those worked great in the s-series.
I had used a pair of the German designed cup holders available from Groit's Garage in my old truck. They were...Ok. They survived for quite a while. The passenger side broke a couple of the pins. It still held a drink, but took efforts to close properly.
With experience behind me now, I did not reinvest in those again. Too pricey for the durability. This time I opted for the less expensive folding cup holders: NAPA Cup Holder # 751-1027 $5.49
Availability is good. Less than half the price of the German cup holders. Time will tell if they are a good investment.
Mounted below my knee on the sides of the center console. Should work out just fine.
Nope. Single 3" mandrel bent tube.Jim wrote:Is that setup dual?
Thanks! I think they are similar to some that you used in your wife's car? How did they hold up?Jim wrote:Nice
HenryJ wrote:Amber DRL and wigwag'd up front.
3157AJim wrote:What bulbs did you use in your DRLs? I've been wanting to change mine to amber.
Yes! That was exactly why I wanted it. I get to use them fairly frequently responding to the station.border man wrote:Does it have the same wig-wag effect with the hazards on? Looks cool.
HenryJ wrote:...................The fill attendants always looked at me a little silly when I asked to fill both tanks on the old truck and they only saw one. This will make things much simpler.
Probably not this tank. It sits way up there and actually I do have a bit of a shield with the tire under it.roadrunner wrote:Got plans to shield that new tank for protection from rocks etc on the trails you take?
You might be rightF9K9 wrote:... those body mounts are beggin' for some LED rock lights!
Really? Too big? Don't meet export requirements?Serge PETIT wrote:Unfortunately such trucks are not allowed in France .........
(deep voice)"Does this little piggy go wee, wee, wee all the way home?"HenryJ wrote:I had not been checking the tire weights. Do Nittos tend to run heavy?......
Touche'roadrunner wrote:Yeah Brule, and those that don't end up caught up in "avalanches". har har har
I think that you should have said "time and money"HenryJ wrote:.........He is not a hardcore offroader...........I may do what I can to change that You just never know when they will dive in with both feet and end up spending lots of time offroading.............
All I wanted to do was to stop people from asking me if my CC was 4 wheel drive. I wish there was a way that those early PMs could have been saved from our exchanges 6 1/2 years ago.HenryJ wrote:.....Some even go a little crazy and end up "Heapers"
I have a jeeper buddy that has had one for quite a few years. He thought it a silly birthday gift from his family. He likes to pre-prepare meals for his trips, and prefers "real" food. It is one of the things he has raved about each time he takes a trip now.rlrnr53 wrote:Looks like a handy thing to have. Might have to consider one.
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