I drive with a VERY light foot when its my car, and most of my miles are highway driving back to see friends on weekends. I have a car for work thankfully so I dont have to drive this to the city everyday.How in the hell are you guys getting MPGs like that? I have a very mild setup, no added weight, etc. and I can't get better than 10.1 MPG on the highway?!?! WTF?
Yep.. I’ve bought from them before and have been piecing together an order recently. Which will now include the proper high-mount brake light....
Wow thanks - I’ll give it a try!Just use it as your front plate I've had mine on for over 5 years (previously on my Outback) and have never had an issue with the law. My neighbor is a DPS Trooper and a friend of mine is an Austin Police member and both have told me that it's not any issue that a cop will be concerned with .... as long as you have a legit rear plate visible. It's a great conversation piece
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Would love to hear about this travel trailer you speak of. I'm in the market, and don't want to give up my 100 for more towing capacity. What do you tow?No, they are 295/70r18. I thought long and hard about going with 285/75r18s but I was just afraid I’d be giving up too much power towing my TT.
I can definitely tell the Toyos weigh more then the KO2s, especially braking, but it’s not too bad. I’ve got headers going on next month to maybe help a little bit with the other side of things. Hopefully I’ll be able tell a difference.
So far they are definitely louder then the KO2s but they are smooth as butter. I’m very surprised, and very happy.
I believe they are made for both the 80s and 100s. The 2.5 kit is the biggest lift, within reasonable limits, for these trucks, and is the present setup on mine.
I originally was just taking out the subwoofer (broken foam) to install something else, but my OCD wasn't having it. I cleaned everything... and I mean everything: plastic side panels, plastic covers, metals brackets, body metal, bolts, under the carpet all the way up to the foot wells, seatbelts, etc., etc. There went my Sunday Also, took the opportunity to take out the center console bracket to clean it. Anyone else seen theirs? Wasn't expecting that much rust - surprising because the rest of the interior has zero rust.
Next steps will include: Shampooing the carpet and headliner, Removing door panels and replacing speakers, removing headliner as well and dynamating the entire interior. Any place that is just absolutely overkill to dynamat?
It’s a Jayco Jayfeather 7 17XFD. It’s 3400lb dry and 4500lb fully loaded. We really like it. We towed it from Ga to Silverton, Colorado for HIH8 with my 2000 LX. The Lx is sitting on 35s and geared with 4.88s and it did well.Would love to hear about this travel trailer you speak of. I'm in the market, and don't want to give up my 100 for more towing capacity. What do you tow?
I agree, I would say that some dynomat could be helpful for deadening doors for speaker resonance, but I would be concerned with putting dynomat on the actual body(doors can be replaced). The butyl rubber can hide rust and make repairs very difficult.I think it's overkill to dynomat. My 100 is pretty quiet as it is.