Okay. I tried a different pew-pew with a scope. Definitely will NOT fit.
Someone mentioned a lever-pew. I tried this one, which is relatively small, but the seatback wouldn't close. Springs in the seat press against the pew-pew keeping it from latching securely. It could probably be adjusted...
The sights are mounted correctly.
Its a cheap pew-pew with cheap sights and cheap lower. Mostly built with left-over, clearance, gifted parts. It is usually stored in a vacuum sealed bag requiring the sights to be down. This pew-pew is more of the store, then use, not a spring into battle weapon.
I am imagining another use for these mounting points. Here is a quick mock-up with zip-ties. So far, the only issue is when I close the backseat, the front sight pops up.
Edit: Lowered the front a bit and that keeps the pop-up sight from "popping" up.
You are probably correct. I usually see them near the bottom of the back of the backseat, but I can see how this is what they are used for. My kid is 4 years old and uses the booster seat now that doesn't make use of the latch hooks.
Finger tighten the board to the three brackets. Adjust the position of the board. I made sure mine were parallel with the pinch weld on the truck. I made that front one flush and tightened it, then adjusted the other two. Finally I went back and torqued it down a bit more. After driving it...
There is no right answer to this question. Put it on one way, if you don't like it, swap it. I don't even think that the printed instruction sheet specifies a direction. I have the badging at the front because I prefer the wide part by the back door where my daughter and mother-in-law use it most.
Summer blend is just now starting to reach gas stations. I think there may have been some delay this year because of lower demand caused by the COVID shutdown. See if you don’t get a couple of MPG better next month.
I went from about 18 mpg to 20 mpg on my last refill and my driving hasn’t...
There is a YouTube video of the Ranger being manufactured. In the video there is a tool that the assembler uses to tighten the six lug nuts simultaneously. It seems to me that a fault with this tool or incorrect operation could lead to all six studs failing. What do you think?