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Thanks for the group. We've owned our 2010, Red Lass, for about 3 years. 3.0, AWD. Always a work in progress. Almost all LEDs, Exterior almost finished. Have some H&R springs, KYB shocks, struts, mounts, and lower control arms waiting shop installation soon. Washed and polished every 2 weeks, weather permitting. Will be starting engine detailing and exhaust in the spring. Looking forward to some additional ideas.
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perhaps look into a front strut tower cross brace. good looking truck.
 

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A lot going on there, but it all seems highly functional and useable.

What kind of off roading do you do that those boards would help you get out?
 

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Beautiful!

I wish mine will look as cool one day!
Thank you, Sir. We just do it bit by bit, as spare funds permit.
A lot going on there, but it all seems highly functional and useable.

What kind of off roading do you do that those boards would help you get out?
Err, um, still trying to figure that out. LOL. Figured better to be prepared, than not. Besides, thought the rack needed something to carry, besides lights, and a shovel. ( 10L fuel and water cans next on the list for the rack.) 😊
 

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Yep, got one on my eBay watchlist. Thank you, Sir.
contact the seller on ebay, he is on here somewhere too… I have talked to him, and he gives escape city members a discount.

it did not work for my hybrid, because of the HV battery air conditioning lines
 

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Thank you, Sir. We just do it bit by bit, as spare funds permit.

Err, um, still trying to figure that out. LOL. Figured better to be prepared, than not. Besides, thought the rack needed something to carry, besides lights, and a shovel. ( 10L fuel and water cans next on the list for the rack.) 😊
Sand, snow, or mud… The floats do work.
The other thing I have seen mounted are a highlift jack, a Woodsmans axe, or a fly rod tube

you know what might be really cool though, is one of those retractable awning things like they put on the RVs, to give yourself a little insta-shelter right on the side of your vehicle.
 

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Welcome to the City!!! We are glad you joined us!!!
 
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