I looked it up and it has a fuse panel. Looks like a good option at 25% of the cost.so the amazon switch pros has a "fuse panel"... or is it solid state breakers like Switch pro's. (no fuse)
And yes,.... longer arms, longer bar, thinner bar all = "softer" sway bar.
Thank you. I’m trying to just do SOMETHING every day after work and then go hard on the weekends getting as much done as possible.Looking killer, your getting a ton done.
Dual stacked spares make sure you flatten 1 and then both spares making sure they they can be secured. 2flats can def be slimmer then 2 full, especially if they are shreddedAfter work updates:
Moved to the rear and added some more tube to keep the spares from sliding around which is a big problem when doing dual stacked.
Twisted the shit out of the tube while putting 10 bends in it so I had to throw a sleeve in it hence the tube prep in the middle to cover my fuck up. Oh well no one will ever know.
Didn’t like the way the one “rolled” tube looked just floating there so I triangulated it with some 1.25 .95. Definitely didn’t need the support but looks a lot better.
Threw the spares back in. Hugs nice and tight and keeps the top spare secure. I’ll probably have to do something similar with the bottom as well
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Exactly. I plan to do a secondary set of “hooks” for the y strap for the event of a flat so the tires can still be tightly securedDual stacked spares make sure you flatten 1 and then both spares making sure they they can be secured. 2flats can def be slimmer then 2 full, especially if they are shredded