I know, here I come to spoil all the fun...but, ummm, what's the point. Yeah, I've seen 'em in trucks and stuff, but here's my thinking. If you don't know exactly at what point your truck is going to roll, it's not going to save you. I suppose there's a certain amount of cool-factor to having one in your truck, but I just don't see the point. My "tilt-gauge" will be how much of a load I've put in my shorts.
i think it gives you and acurate of what you are really at. sometimes it seems like you are going to roll but are barely even tilted. this will tell you what you are at instead of guessing /forums/images/graemlins/dunno.gif
Well, it gives you bragging rights b/c I was in Steve's K5 when the tilt-o-meter pegged at 45 degrees at Indy back in Sept. And of course I had a death grip on the rollbar... /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif