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Old 11-15-2011, 02:18 PM
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the autometer led gauges adjust with the dimmer and look and work great, they are the cobalt blue orange guages.
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so the american wheel was not round and the tiawan cover was? hmmm. my wife dont like them covers but i dont like looking at a worn off painted leather wheel either. might go get one tonight.
The leather on the steering wheel has to be the cheapest thing available. Never seen one without it all worn looking. On my to-do list one way or another.
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Old 11-15-2011, 04:23 PM
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I put mine in the garage for it's long winter hibernation today. I'll miss it....
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Old 11-15-2011, 04:28 PM
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Exx, thats hard to do, i do that every yr, its sad
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Installed RAS today, all good, set to lowest setting and got about an inch of lift to rear.

Looks like i may go from V codes to X codes re-set RAS to stiffer setting and going to 315's.
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Old 11-15-2011, 06:51 PM
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Sad on many levels. Mostly because it means winter, and the older I get, the less I like winter. Loved it as a kid.
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I put mine in the garage for it's long winter hibernation today. I'll miss it....

I've had mine put away for weeks now. They love to spread salt around here.
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Those are definitely some nice looking seat covers, TX. I'll have to keep those in mind for when the day comes that my seats are that worn.
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I've had mine put away for weeks now. They love to spread salt around here.
Dont forget to take the road coverage insurance off for the winter to save some money
Just leave the fire & theft & vandalism on it.............
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Wow...away for the winter? It's our family hauler, so that would mean I'd be the only one to leave the house for about 4 months! Besides, I'm looking forward to finally having something that can handle snow deeper than a few inches.
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Mine is 2WD and not much of a family left home to haul these days. 80% of it's job is to go camping, 15% to go fishing, and 5% just cuz I like to drive it. So no need for it to be exposed to the elements since I have other things to drive.

Back when the 4 kids were around, I had several conversion vans over the years. After having an EX, wish I woulda bought one in 2000 instead of the last van.
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Me too, I have an Explorer I undercoat with Rust Check every year & thats what I drive & plow with
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We needed something to seat 8, and I really wanted a 4WD. Most of the time the roads are clear enough I can get out in a small front-wheel car without any problem, but there is a reason most of the people around here drive trucks in the winter.
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Andrew I agree, because we like trucks
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