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  1. Tylus
    08-07-2012 04:30 PM - permalink
    tried sending you back a PM, but it's blocked

    the 2 times I did this, I let the headlights sit in my livingroom for >24 hours. did it Fri/Sat and re-installed late Sunday afternoon. wanted to make sure they were cured.

    throw up some pics when you get it re-installed. I love this mod since it's cheap and relatively easy. strange how such a small thing can make a vehicle look so much better

  2. texastech_diesel
    05-12-2012 03:47 PM - permalink
    I tried to respond but I got a window saying that your PMs are turned off....

    The 210 does everything that the 140 does, the extra $366 is gaining you the option for 220V and longer duty cycles, so I think it's worth it. That sounds like a steal on a 210.

    If you have a 220V dryer in your house, rigging an extension cord is really easy, you just need some insulated 6/3 wire and a pair of plugs from any Home Depot, but even on 110V it's a good machine.

    Some random advice.... buy a good helmet, about as nice and high quality as you can afford, like a nice Jackson or higher level Miller. Being able to see makes learning a ton easier, and messing with a fixed shade or the tiny windows and random dark splotches on cheaper autodarkening helmets can be a PITA. Plus if you get one where you can adjust the reaction speed and tint level your eyes will hold up a lot better, you don't want to get flashed a few times and hurt your eyesight
  3. jk080
    09-14-2011 08:50 AM - permalink
    Not sure on the wheels I cant remember what kind they are but the Toyos are great on the highway
  4. Gage2502
    01-18-2011 12:54 PM - permalink
    Ya I fixed it on my 2000 Expedition, works really good. Let me know if you need anything else.
  5. TheRedBullet
    01-07-2011 12:23 AM - permalink
    hey, I was wondering if you remember fixing your vehicles odometer blackout back in 2008. also, I was wondering, which vehicle did you fix it on?

    2005 Ford SuperDuty XLT SuperCab V10 4x4 FX4 Shortbed
    2000 Ford Expedition XLT Sport 4x4 5.4L?

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    2005 Ford SuperDuty XLT SuperCab V10 4x4 FX4 Shortbed
    2000 Ford Expedition XLT Sport 4x4 5.4L


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