Your right the door handles did not get changed, but I didn't forget them. Marcin told me that his experience here in Phoenix (hot hot) is that the handles don't last too long. I opted to skip them and figure out something else down the road.
Hey Thanks Everyone
tire size is : terra grapple G2 285/65 18R. After the sensor lift I definitely think I can go bigger with some minor trimming. I want to go bigger. I just don't know what I can fit under the truck for the spare. I will use these tires till the end before trying to size...
waking up my favorite thread
sensor lift - check
chrome delete - check
slee sliders - check
drive the extraterrestrial highway - check
spot aliens - no check ...yet
1st picture is prior to sensor, chrome and sliders. I thought people may appreciate the before and after.
For heat reduction - I believe it is the ceramics that are the best.
For registration stickers - can’t you just tape it up on the inside?
my question: does a ceramic tint offer any protection from chips and cracks from rocks? The highways And construction trucks here in AZ always spit out...
is there an updated link?
I have tried to view the database for an hour and cannot get access. I have contributed to it in the past. I don't know why I can't get it to open. I am on a Mac, using a google account, tried with chrome and safari.
Thanks and sorry to bother
This is why we have the LX. You are so very correct here sir. This weekend: Sycamore Creek to End of the World in AZ via lightly touched forest roads.
A steep creek crossing. Home on the freeway. Smooth as butter the whole time.
I did an all natural environmentally friendly chrome delete. I chose Flagstaff dirt tones. It is an organic powder coating. Best thing about it is.. If you don't like the color, you can just wipe if off with a hose, water and elbow grease.
I got to tell you Eric. I am seriously enjoying your posts. This is a perfect example. Simple - yet it makes a big difference. I got a 2014 LX. If you come across ideas for the LX please post. Thanks. I am enjoying this a lot.
Thanks for the pictures. Yes- I see now that it does indeed replace the crash bar. I had previously seen a PDF for Warn's semi-hidden kit and it looked like the assembly was mounted to the crash bar. It didn't seem safe. Obviously I had misinterpreted the instructions. I can't wait to see...