Thanks!!! That’s what I’m hoping to do is match both. It looked like a match from the photos you already posted but yea, if you don’t mind.... a side shot would be super helpful. THANKS!!!I can get you a pic in the morning, but the fronts and rears match perfect with the 20%.
yes .. These trucks seem sensitive to moisture in the connectors around the spare. It's on my .. to-do list.Did a little preventive maintenance today. Dropped the spare tire and applied XG12 to every electrical connector that I could find. It helps water proof the connection and prevents corrosion to the contacts.
These are Titan 10 foot ramps. Each ramp is 17 inches wide. Heavy duty version. Handles the golf cart without any issue. My golf cart isn’t lifted (yet) and everything clears without scraping anywhere. I researched ramps for weeks and decided on these. Made in USA. Not too heavy and decent price. Plenty of weigh capacity. I can handle them no problem by myself.Curious what ramps you are using. I wanted to get the factory ones, but it seems they are too short to be very practical.
Ran a cable from cab to bed for fridge power from Solar battery bank. There is an existing grommet 3" to the passenger side of the inverter vent hole. Requires inverter to be removed, but after the cover is popped off, it's simply two 10mm bolts... Hopefully this helps someone...
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when you replace the Ford Inverter with a Larger unit, can the Ford Inverter wiring still be used ..?