When you hang or stand that TV up and connect it for use, make sure you go through the automatic setup process. If it asks you “for home or store use” select ‘home’.
26.5mpg at 78mph.I think that bag might bring the MPG down a bit.
On a side topic. Has anyone seen or researched some better capacity rear struts/springs like old school load leveling?
I know Nivomat or Sachs used to make for other manufacturers. My old Sequoia had a version like this. It would sag but after a couple bumps it would "pump" itself higher hydraulically based on some internal valves. Load comes off, resets to standard height.
What's wrong with with dropping it in third and go forward?
I wish I did now.You didn't already have the gutter guard on the grill?
Something like this maybe:
Yeah all it takes is one time obviously. I put it on my 9th gen within a couple weeks of purchase, and I clearly I don't drive as much as you do, but crossing through western Sconnie on 2-lane roads frequently enough, with farmers and gravel trucks pretty thick on one of my routes, I didn't hesitate. I know its saved me a few times when I couldn't get out from behind a "leaking load".I wish I did now.
I hadn't done it yet cause I have driven over a million miles without issues. Playing the odds, if you will.
Side note: I used to drive about 50k/year while on active duty. Never had a problem until November last year.
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I'm going to head to hardware store to see what my options might be..Something like this maybe:
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