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*Updated: 01/17/2022 6:54PM PST

devonianwalk

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  1. I'm a fan of the LED's in the wheel wells. We helped a guy work on his Jeep in the dark on the trails that wheel on. He had a cheap set of off road lights mounted under his that made it so much easier to work on.
  2. I am happy with my Warn hubs. The front just feels lighter on steering and coasts farther on decelerating. This is a great investment.
  3. Look at the "Rapist Red" interior on that beautiful Z. Right down to the parking brake and shifter knob!!
  4. What color should my transmission fluid be? Also, I seem to get better fuel mileage with my hubs unlocked. Weird. *edit ... I have noticed that my cell reception is not always full strength with an obvious tower in plain site. I always chalked this phenomenon as "the other carrier's" tower.
  5. You are also in south Florida, he is in a salt state. That being said, proper maintenance does go a long way!

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