If you're an iPhone guy, this code reader (and the app that goes along with it) will do everything that Torque does, and doesn't make you fool around with a WiFi connection (it's Bluetooth, like the Android units)
If you get a chance to use them as intended (not that there's anything wrong with using it as a step), the bed liner material is the better choice. You just have to be OK with touching it up from time to time.
And you *will* be touching it up if you use them as intended.
This story has all of my favorites. Nicknames, strippers, opiate addicts at Walmart, "hey honey watch this"...man! Thanks for sharing.
I'm of the opinion to just replace everything all at once to finally have a handle on what you're working with and keeping some of the oldies as spares. But...
A few reasons, I guess. I think it just looks better, but I also don't strap stuff to the sides. No awning (yet, though I'm not sure I need one), no shovel, and my hi-lift is on the rear bumper. If you run a light bar, Tim has it worked out where the dropdown blocks the spread of light on the...
Maybe. Might be a 32bit vs 64bit thing—I don't have any way to test.
I'd probably still run the linked VM (How-To: TechStream In 5 Minutes)—it's already got the drivers and everything baked in. Other than sorting out VirtualBox (free, and easy enough), it really is plug and play.
It does mean...
This is the cable that worked for me:
And this is the thread you'll need: How-To: TechStream In 5 Minutes. Follow the instructions to run a VM (so you'll run Windows inside of Windows). The VM has all the proper drivers and software installed—works right out of the box.
Same. It's annoying, but it's a limitation of the map vendors (i.e., the folks who supply maps to Gaia). I've downloaded all zoom levels for the entire state of UT, and it's a monster to download. The only way I could get it to work is breaking the maps into smaller sections. So I have NE UT, SE...
These are always available (ROADSAFE PAIR OF HEAVY DUTY TOW POINTS-SUIT TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 80/100/105 SERIES | eBay). I've seen a few mudders with these, though I don't remember enough to tell you who.
But the Trail Tailor ones are outstanding when he gets another set of those ready.
If you've moved over entirely to a more traditional suspension, just drain the lines and tank. You likely won't go back, so it's not a big deal to just leave them hanging there.
(But do drain out all the hydraulic fluid, so it's not left on roads, driveways, or trails.)