That first one is hard to start.Put my Jimmy Jammer on the hood latch but haven't taken enough testosterone to tackle the doors yet.
You don't have to replace the cylinder in the drivers door, but that is really the biggest vulnerability of the truck.You didn't encourage me, Bob! I don't worry about it at home but I spend enough time in southern AZ that I really don't want my truck going to Mexico so I guess I'll up my T intake.
I didn't think removing the cylinders was necessary?
I should just bite the bullet and get a Revelco but
THEY'RE SO UGLY!
1) Level at least - Wicked or Ready Lift 2.5I guess the top 3 things depend on what your going to do with the truck. If its anything from what i gather on instagram people buy them put a ridiculous lift on it, over sized rubber band tires on a 40 inch rim.
But for us non posers and utilitarian use, i suggests a nice tonneau cover, and winter tires / rims and a rhino hitch.
Diamondback or Renegade bed cover - both are very nice units and both have advantages. I am leaning towards the RenegadeNoticed bed covers are common pick. I am getting one. Any suggestions or sites for research. Want locking hard cover. Good for trailering and camping. Good at keeping the weather and critters out; 4 and 2 legged kind. Have factory installed spray-in bedliner. I assume that will not impact my choices--or will it?
Because I didn’t want to spend $8k+ on tires/suspension on a brand new truck until I put some miles on it and knew it didn’t have any issues. I waited about 6 months and 20k miles.Guess I'm lost. Why order the Tremor if you're just going to change the suspension and wheels?
Diamondback or Renegade bed cover - both are very nice units and both have advantages. I am leaning towards the Renegade
primarily because of the design and ease of use and removal to hook up to gooseneck trailers.
Renegade Covers are a DiamondBack cover alternative. With a 2,000 lb weight limit, they're heavy duty, highly functional, and customizable!renegadecovers.com
First truck I’ve had with them, I really like them. I don’t keep a clean truck. At all. And with my last trucks road base and mud got flung in all the cracks and crevices, hard to power wash out. Wheel well liners solved that. Probably won’t ever have a truck without themI see a lot of guys mention wheel well liners, any reason not to get the factory installed ones? My planned build already includes rear.