The textured ones that stick to the hood work way better that the clip on imo. No paint rubbing, adjusting, car wash issues, wind noise etc.
Ive had mine on for about a year now and never had an issue with it. I go through a roller based car wash (yeah I know they aren't great but its a truck)...
If you cant get your finger between the tire and the knuckle then what Jason posted was exactly true and Im confused why you made the post contradicting him in the first place. Thats exactly why they used a spacer to begin with and has no bearing on the C vs E tire.
If you have that little...
Because the deflectors, like the stick on matte AVS, dont show rock chips like the paint does. Get enough of those in the paint and the front of the truck looks awful.
Also, seeing how thats an area that see’s alot of rocks, the deflector wont rust like the leading edge of the hood will.
Its not a restaurant but more so a shack on the beach in Isabela Puerto Rico.
Best fish tacos and mojitos Ive ever had. Every Monday they close to go fishing for the week. Its ran by an awesome couple originally from Minnesota.
By far one of my favorite reasons to go down every year. Cant...
Gotcha, that I can agree with.
I own a radar detector but oddly enough I dont speed. I just like gadgets. But should I chose to rely on it to take my chances speeding and I get caught, I wouldnt expect to catch a break.
This comment is mind boggling.
If they are legal in your state, why would you “guarantee” giving a ticket just because of a legal device? Your opinion of a legal device should have absolutely no bearing on your decision to issue a ticket for any other offense besides speeding.
Not sure if this is known or not but since its not being mentioned, I assume its not being paid attention to.
Just because a Tire is a load C does NOT automatically make it lighter.
For example, a user mentioned going with Falken Wildpeaks in a load C. Those are 2 lbs heavier than the KO2’s...
I did a bit of experimenting over the past 8 weeks and found that the only advantage premium fuel (93 octane) gave me was a more responsive engine. As far as MPG went, it made no difference at all.
4 weeks of 93 Octane:
Week 1 (lots of highway)
Week 2: Lots of highway
Week 3: Mix
Did not know that.
Well mine are the E load, daughters are C. Ive got the 275’s and shes got the 285’s. I know the calculator I used from tireplus recommended 35psi but everyone Ive talked to kept going recommending 38.