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  1. This years snow been extremely slick, I've had more close calls this year then in the last 10
  2. Good point, that's probably why I just did what I did and split the difference, I remember thinking about all these scenarios back when I put mine on. I guess I was thinking extreme towing in off road situation, I'm weird like that.
  3. Make sense, I think when I did mine I had regular junk in the bed and when I got it sitting on the bottom out perch I had to stretch it a bit like 3/4 of an inch, so I think it's close to what you're saying. Also I wanted to split the difference a bit loaded vs wheels hanging away from the frame, I used a jack on the receiver hitch and lifted the truck. This way they don't get ripped off when rear end articulates. Not sure how much adjustments can be made on a prefabbed kit though. That's why I like the idea of having tops mounted and make a c channel for the bottom that just sits on the axle l, so if you're off road then worse case they separate from axle and not get ripped. If I may, you want it separate and not tied together because If it articulates too far then all air will travel to the other bag and help you flip over.
  4. Like put weight in the back to get it to go down 1.5" from normal ride? Trying to picture all this
  5. I'd have to agree, if the truck sits outside all night at them temperatures, all fuel should be jailed up. I could see how it would be an aid while the truck is running. But if it's already running that warm fuel from the engine returning back should keep it from gelling either way. Then again it depends where it returns and how cold it is and how good of a fuel you have. Lots of ifs and buts. We've discussed this few times before and there were some other ideas that seemed promising, I'm sure that hater for fass would help, just depends on situation.
  6. I made it fit as I didn't want it on my leaf springs because I have a gooseneck plate on the frame where they want you to mount it. There is a better way of doing but needs some fabbing. There is a guy on YouTube something welding, he builds custom beds for trucks, he had an idea on how to that I liked. Yes I believe they finally made a kit that fits in same place where I mounted mine, good call, forgot about that one. I like it where I got it directly under the frame and over the axle, nothing is in the way for the most part.
  7. No problem, @IBMobile gets the credit, followed his foot steps. It's still a good idea to flush it once in a while even with the filter. Same for brake fluid and antifreeze, it all degrades over time.
  8. https://www.google.com/search?q=ps351002&oq=ps351002&aqs=chrome..69i57.4749j0j4&client=ms-android-verizon&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
  9. I did, just don't over do it. It's a return, not a huge amount of pressure. Also buy an in line filter and put it in the return line.
  10. . So that would mean it's part of 5v loop system, anyone?
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