Nope lived here in the Valley most my life, hopefully one day I’ll escape.Did you move ? I thought you lived here in henderson
That wheel would have been titties in your boat.
Good call. I had oil bath hubs and they were flawless but I knew it was only a matter of time so it went with the bearing buddiesbingo
2006 through 2010 oil baths were supposed to solve all the problems.
When I ordered my trailer and options in 2007, first thing I told JW, no oil bath Hubs. Give me the tried and true grease.
What did you do with the raw one? I've been thinking about trying one.All polished and cleaned up, not bad for 12 year old gel. View attachment 981069
Got rid of the raw stainless MMW tail for a pretty shiny polished one as well.
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Hopefully have a decent trip home tonight so i can fuel her up and hopefully get her wet, if not than hopefully on Saturday.
Yea weather permitting and it’s looking like a big nope.Looking good man! I'm envious of your weekend plans!
I agree. The white leather on the Isotta steering wheel with the polished spokes looks fantastic! My question for those that have the white leather is how easy are they to keep clean and maintain? I always seem to have oil or grease residue on my hands from food, chips, sunscreen, checking the engine, etc. I have the same exact plastic steering wheel that you originally had and have thought about updating as you are, but am concerned about the maintenance, especially in white.
What year is your shit box? I guess mines not worth 3 dollars, so I guess it’s time to dump more $ in it. Gauges are the place to start. Less is more it seems compared to what we started with.
Awesome was going to text you a little bit ago but figured to wait till the am as it was getting late. Thank you!Btw nice truck
Haha no he decided to swim around so on our way back up river, we had to strip him and use the dry life jacket. He was fweezin he kept saying lol.Looks like your little one needed some ear protection about then
Sorry,It’s vinyl, doesn’t matter what color it’ll eventually get dirty. So i’ll use same as i do on my white seats, light spray of Xtreme Vinyl Mist after each outing and every few trips a spray and wipe with Conditioner Mist
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I like the idea of the green gauge needle.. but not looking great in the pics.
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This is the lime i just really wanted the sparkle, but idk it came out way darker than it was supposed to be, so the lime will most likely be the way we go. Really curious how it’ll go in the morning tho, i am really assume it’ll go well, but you never really know till you get in the phone.
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They also did the trim card, but for whatever reason they printed it in a hunter like green.
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Part# pleaseOl @Cole Brewed dome spent more of my money lol. He got some new lights for his trailer and once i saw i had to copy him. Already had done the stainless trim rings and 15” slimline’s on trailer, but had the series 15 with rubber grommet for the clearance lights. These aren’t a huge deal or pop but definitely worked out perfect to tie all together. These are another only at Extreme product tho.
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I actually kinda did bad, lol used my Zephyr cotton pad and white rouge with a 4.5” grinder. So was spinning at 12000rpm vs 3000-3500 lol. I did order a variable speed 2500-4000rpm 9” and will redo the one as well do the other. I only did about 1/3 of the one before noticing they were swirling a bit. Spoke with Robert at Zephyr and ordered the new buffer and some vented wheels from him. He also gave me some pointers. But all in all it’s fairly fast and easy even with the wrong stuff so the right stuff should really make them shine.Fenders cleaned up nice. What was your process?