I mean this would be a bit more than “bolt on” but it’d work.
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I will print this, frame it, and hang it in my garage because soap is so much better than other options.
I say this because I frequently carry human remains for my K9’s cadaver training. I am so very worried that one day I’ll forget to grab everything. I mean it keeps me up nights sometimes...
For whatever it’s worth traction law here states:
During winter storms, or when conditions require, CDOT will implement the Traction Law. During a Traction Law, all motorists are required to have EITHER:
4WD or AWD vehicle and 3/16” tread depth
Tires with a mud and snow...
FWIW the ARB drawers are the EXACT height as the 2nd row folded flat, and that makes for one nice sleeping platform. I’m 6’5” 230 and I fit well - spent many a night above 13k feet in the back of my truck with all of my SAR gear, my camping gear, and my ARB fridge. Now if this were for two...
For what it’s worth my battery went and I bought the toyota replacement because they offer a 7 year replacement warranty- my electrical demands aren’t crazy, just a winch and a fridge. First battery got 65k miles in less then 7 years, so I figure that warranty will be well used.
Good info. I actually want a set for my wife’s 4Runner and wondered if anyone has experience with them, especially in snow, so I figured I’d ask here.
I just put a new set of 275/60/R18 Duratracs on my LC200 and am debating leaving them on over my Hakapalitas - but we’ll see.
I rocked the R3 last winter - very very sure footed. they were significantly gripier on any snow that was wet, packed, or icy than my AT’s ever have been. For what it’s worth they also ride very well on the highway. Now I suppose it’s worth mentioning that my BFG AT KO2’s we’re the only...