I've got a couple Garmin Nuvi's that I like. I mostly use them to track my mileage, show an accurate speed and I always know what road is coming up. I use Google maps on my phone all the time too. Often I look at the suggested routes and if one is acceptable then I'll go with it. Satellite view...
Taillight held in with tape you say? Lol.
That poor truck was solid as could be and fresh out of Texas when we bought it in '06. Now the left lower c-pillar is rotted clean off the floor and the right rear wheel housing literally fell out a few years back. Plus all the other rust.
This car has been blocking the tire pump for over a day:
Got back to the hotel a few nights ago, found this guy blocking half the truck lot because he evidently didn't know how to back up that giant trailer:
The internal combustion engine fits Webster's definition. But it's not recent either. General Motors Corporation, Chevrolet Motor Division, Ford Motor Company... "happy motoring", "motorists".... I could keep going with examples, lol.
The front half was a "frame". They were set up much like the '67-'81 F-body and the '68-later X-bodies. The rear half and most of the body was the unitized type.
Simply awesome. My wife keeps saying we should get a side by side but they are expensive. I keep telling her we could probably save...
"This will likely" and "it seems like" says to me that you have never actually welded on a set of perches before. You are worrying too much and over speculating. Mountains out of mole hills.
Doing it the right way is simply putting together a well built rig that will stand up to trail use...
Do you know the ratios for all 6 gears? I couldn't find them in a half-assed search. We just bought a '13 3500 Express with a 4.8/6L90/3.42 combo and it feels every bit as strong as the 6.0/4L80/4.10 combo in our '00 2500 Suburban. So far, it seems like a very good transmission. Well worth the...
Huh. I had no idea you could have them resharpened. I won't throw out anymore blades, lol
About 35 bucks in most places around here I think.
The metal blades that Harbor Freight sells work decent too, but they don't last long at all.