I have that exact Softtopper camper and love it. Got it for my dogs, put it on when I am taking them somewhere, fold it up and take it off when they aren't with me. Seals well, good fit, not a bad product.
Do you have any photos of it folded up? Really any photos at all would be fantastic, not much out there to see for us with CMs. Thanks!
TX, your truck is badass man! Thanks for the pics!
I sold a project truck I had so I freed up some money to either bank (just had a new baby) or dump into the truck. The old man in me says bank it, the remaining young man in me says get some Smittybilt M1 front and rear bumpers. Not sure what I will do yet. I actually like the EXP ONE bumpers a bit better, but I can get the Smittybilts for under $2100 shipped together and powdercoated vs over $3300 shipped and powdercoated. I have been trying to find a photo of the M1 rear installed to see if I can use the stock hitch or if I have to make modifications. The EXP ONE keeps the stock hitch which is a big plus.
Ran a couple small trails behind the airport with my FIL this weekend. Still getting used to the extra power and size. I drag on a lot more than I did with the 4Runner. The thought has crossed my mind of swapping my 33" Duratracs for 34.5" Trail Grapplers, but I really trust the Duratracs from previous experience with them so I am hesitant to change.
Jumped up to 295/70 Trail Grapplers today. Looking at going with either a Pro Comp, Fabtech, or Full Throttle 6" lift after tax season so new tires were in order. A buddy of mine was wanting 33" Duratrac's so the timing was perfect. He bought my Duratrac's, I bought the Trail Grapplers. So far I like them. They sing a bit but I like that. Enough talk, moAr picturz!
Installed my Hypertech speedo calibrator today. "Gained" back about 2-3mpg. I am within 1-2mph with my initial settings, I will tweak it again shortly. I noticed that the ScanGauge II is no longer accurate with MPH, so those saying that the Hypertech "fixed" their shifting issues are only getting a placebo as it only affects the speedo, does not communicate back to the ECU. Also removed the factory mudflaps as they looked funny with the Trail Grapplers being a couple inches wider. No longer have as much rubbing on the front at full lock (reverse only), but the rubbing is now coming from the body mount I believe. Hopefully my OME 614's will gain me that little bit to stop it, but if not I can live with it as it is now.
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