What did you do to your Tremor today?

Mine updates the wheel positions automatically just by driving.
Mine does as well, I believe all '20 thru '24 update automatically. Takes sometimes about 5 miles, varies.
 
They are also going to do the recall work and find out why my bed camera is a blue screen
I had the same bed camera problem with my 2023 F350 Tremor. They just replaced the camera. The black and white guide lines have to be programmed back in on the new camera.
 
Thanks. You have to pop the mirrors out and disassemble the whole thing?
Nope. Its a thumbnail size sensor on the bottom of the passenger side mirror. Just use a pocket knife or small flat screwdriver to pop it out and unplug it
 
To your original point, if i swapped the 5th sensor from OEM spare to my 5th tire, i might not have needed to reprogram it each time i rotate. I didn’t think of it at the time, in fairness i didn’t even realize the spare had a sensor until i recall it was @Modman who explained that it does.
It doesn't. I purchased and added an OEM sensor to my spare so it has one now, but didn't from the factory. There was some confusion between us at one point, though:

 
It doesn't. I purchased and added an OEM sensor to my spare so it has one now, but didn't from the factory. There was some confusion between us at one point, though:


Apologies, i forgot and remembered wrong:) that was likely the reason why i did what i did back then adding a new sensor.
 
Nope. Its a thumbnail size sensor on the bottom of the passenger side mirror. Just use a pocket knife or small flat screwdriver to pop it out and unplug it
Thanks for this. I wondered what that was and why is was only on one side.
 
I had the same bed camera problem with my 2023 F350 Tremor. They just replaced the camera. The black and white guide lines have to be programmed back in on the new camera.
In the year I have had mine, I probably only turned it on 5 times. And even then, just because I could, not because I needed it. Its never been taken apart, or replaced before, so I don't know why it would stop working.
 
Apologies, i forgot and remembered wrong:) that was likely the reason why i did what i did back then adding a new sensor.
No problem... I had to go back and reread what I wrote so I didn't contradict myself. :ROFLMAO:
 
Nope. Its a thumbnail size sensor on the bottom of the passenger side mirror. Just use a pocket knife or small flat screwdriver to pop it out and unplug it
right on, thanks man.
 
Been working on this portable winch mount during the last few weekends and late nights - she's about done:


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This is the stock Warn 12XP-S and since this winch is mounted up right and not on its side as the standard bumper mounting method, I'm thinking I need to flip the rope on the drum to drag versus a pull over the top as seen.

I'm super stoked on how this project has come along and very satisfied on how this has turned out.

She is heavy but bulletproof. She's definitely weighting 100 lbs as is.

The mounting bracket/cradle was bought from Harbor Cheap and modified to this specific unit along with the handles and control box mounting plate.

I used a 2" inch receiver for the tube to make it readily available for most hitch receivers.

I have to modify the mounting plate where the control box is sitting and I may need to trim up and around the rope above the fairlead some more to allow more clearance once the rope is totally wrapped around the drum.

Will have an anderson plug to connect to the bed mount and/or an anderson plug with alligator clips should no anderson plug be found (on other vehicles).
 
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Been working on this portable winch mout during the last few weekends and late nights - she's about done:


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This the the stock Warn 12XP-S and since this winch is mounted up right and not on its side as the standard bumper mounting method, I'm thinking I need to flip the rope on the drum to drag versus a pull over the top as seen.

I'm super stoked on how this project has come along and very satisfied on how this has turned out.

She is heavy but bulletproof. She's definitely weighting 100 lbs as is.

The mounting bracket/cradle was bought from Harbor Cheap and modified to this specific unit along with the handles and control box mounting plate.

I used a 2" inch receiver for the tube to make it readily available for most hitch receivers.

I have to modify the mounting plate where the control box is sitting and I may need to trim up and around the rope above the fairlead some more to allow more clearance once the rope is totally wrapped around the drum.

Will have an anderson plug to connect to the bed mount and/or an anderson plug with alligator clips should no anderson plug be found (on other vehicles).
I like the portable option. I have been tossing around a similar setup with an Anderson connector mounted near the rear hitch.
 
Been working on this portable winch mout during the last few weekends and late nights - she's about done:


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This the the stock Warn 12XP-S and since this winch is mounted up right and not on its side as the standard bumper mounting method, I'm thinking I need to flip the rope on the drum to drag versus a pull over the top as seen.

I'm super stoked on how this project has come along and very satisfied on how this has turned out.

She is heavy but bulletproof. She's definitely weighting 100 lbs as is.

The mounting bracket/cradle was bought from Harbor Cheap and modified to this specific unit along with the handles and control box mounting plate.

I used a 2" inch receiver for the tube to make it readily available for most hitch receivers.

I have to modify the mounting plate where the control box is sitting and I may need to trim up and around the rope above the fairlead some more to allow more clearance once the rope is totally wrapped around the drum.

Will have an anderson plug to connect to the bed mount and/or an anderson plug with alligator clips should no anderson plug be found (on other vehicles).
Nice work @AZsurveyor !!
 
Added a second molle panel on the driver side to accommodate a RotoPax storage box (black) then the white is potable water. The large gap toward the front is for in bed tool box access, the smaller gap for bed cover roll up acess.
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Started prepping for Ozempic.

Got rid of the annoying EBPS bracket that makes installing/removing the intake manifold a bitch on the passenger side bolts.

Tomorrow I will prep the two M6 EGR tube bolts that are known to snap by hitting with penetrant and mapp gas over a few days, try to remove them a few days later, then put anti-seize on them and reinstall them until I'm ready for the full Ozempic at a later date.

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