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What did you do to your Trailboss today? 🛠️

Put some Lasfit reverse bulbs in the truck last night. Man they are f'in bright lol (forgot to get a pic)
I got your back :)
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I added new wheels, TIS off-road 20x10 -19mm. I loved the stock wheel look but I was invested in the 35x12.50 tires I had, and without spacers I couldn’t run them. I absolutely hated the spacers and the thought of them so finally I just upgraded the wheels
 

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So my 2020 LT Trail boss with stock Duratrac tires have become more noisy recently (I'm guilty as charged at not keeping up with tire rotations).
Are the tires Directional or non-directional?
 
you are going to get a million different answers...Most tires are not directional unless the side wall indicates a rotation direction.

most will say after XXX miles, do not rotate the other way as the belts go come apart. in my 40 yrs of driving, a brand name tire wont do that...but everything does have a failure rate. so remember...the 1 or 2 clowns who claim it has happened to them...is not even measurable against the amount of that brands tire rolling down the roads. this is a small pond of people making big claims
 
Just got my truck back today. Had the ReadyLift 2.0 SST lift installed and put on some MT 285/65/18’s with .25 Rough Country spacers.
Installed a retractable tonneau cover and switched the badges out for black ones.
 

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Installed some smoked lights into the TB grille yesterday. Routed the wires without removing the grille and connected them to park lamps via fuse jumper. No drilling, screwing, or cutting involved for grille attachment, just 3M tape. Bought the kit for less than $35, so hoping they’ll last.
 

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I finished mounting my truck bed tools. I learned about these quick fist mounting clamps from a post by vesepilot on this forum. They are awesome. Heavy-duty enough for the high-lift and perfect for hand tools. They work better than I imagined. Most of the tools have no contact with the bed so there is no rubbing or knocking. It's all super secure. I used self tapping screws and went right into the bed for easy install.

Instead of major dollars for steel molle panels it cost me 74 bucks. All that gear is mounted with 2 of these 36 dollar kits.

END OF ROAD 8 piece Quick Fist Clamp Mounting Kit - 90010 https://a.co/d/h9p74n4

Thank you for the tip vesepilot. It's another cool thing I learned from the forum.
 

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Found these neat diesel emblems on Etsy. Chose the carbon fiber finish instead of matte black. Held on with 3M tape.
 

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I finished mounting my truck bed tools. I learned about these quick fist mounting clamps from a post by vesepilot on this forum. They are awesome. Heavy-duty enough for the high-lift and perfect for hand tools. They work better than I imagined. Most of the tools have no contact with the bed so there is no rubbing or knocking. It's all super secure. I used self tapping screws and went right into the bed for easy install.

Instead of major dollars for steel molle panels it cost me 74 bucks. All that gear is mounted with 2 of these 36 dollar kits.

END OF ROAD 8 piece Quick Fist Clamp Mounting Kit - 90010 https://a.co/d/h9p74n4

Thank you for the tip vesepilot. It's another cool thing I learned from the forum.
What are your mounting points for that Farm Jack … I’ve thought of buying one but zero mounting points , maybe the rear hitch..: but cool looking set up.. bought this jack seems to be safer and I can actually use it , still have my old floor jack as well …:seeing how I’m running 35’s with a little bit or a lift ….factory jack wasn’t too cut it .
 

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