I like them too. I would probably keep them if I didn't have to buy tires for them. I still have my 24s too.just like SSS wheels just mo better
I thought about trying to trade these for some tbss reps. We'll see.some TBSS 22" reps would be tits. May try to do some flipping with my spare ferd wheels.
Thanks bro! I really like them a lot too. Couldn't pass up the deal I got and I really wanted to get rid of those tahoe 20s lol.I really like those wheels. Looks great!
These are 295/30s. They rub a little but I'm at 6/9. You would be fine with 285/30s or even 295/30s.What size tires are you running on the 24’s? I’m wanting to lower mine 4/6 on a 285/30/24 on 9.5 rim. I’m not sure if it will rub or not though
Been thinking about doing the same as well once I’ve gathered the necessary tools and products, but without me being able to be mobile I don’t think it’s something that is realistic for me. Especially with the kids and my work hours.
If you can snag a trailer and a water tank to be able to go to the customers, you’ll get a lot more business that way. And maybe even a pop up tent to detail under in case there’s no shade around.
From my research, the best thing to do is to offer multiple levels of detail. Most customers will just want a basic wash/wash and wax. So you could do a starter exterior wash/dry/detail spray and tire shine to make it pop. Then have the interior be like a 10-15 dollar upgrade. Then next level is wash/clay bar/wax with interior being extra. And then a full blown interior/exterior true detail with buffing and sealant and the works.
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I thought about a shaved gate. It's still a possibility but I've really been enjoying the functionality of this bedcover so I may not right now.new bumper and a shaved gate
Shaved gate with remote popper and trunk/hood struts so it lowers on it own but doesn’t slam down, hide a pull cable behind the bumper so if the battery dies you can get in the bed. Clean gate and bed cover pure win plus imagine the fucking dad power move at Lowe’s when you pop the tailgate from inside and it lowers without just droppingI thought about a shaved gate. It's still a possibility but I've really been enjoying the functionality of this bedcover so I may not right now.
Ideally I'd like to find an all terrain rear bumper that doesnt cost and arm and a leg. I want a solid rear bumper rather than the bullshit that comes on these trucks but we'll see.
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I really love how that looks. Where did you get the skin? I'd definitely like to go that route if I can find one cheap enough. Still havent bought anything. Picked up a new daily and been messing with it so the truck has been waiting.Find you a cheap 2014+ bumper that's in decent shape to get all the brackets and support out of and then by the stepless skin. That's what I did. Then shaved the sensor holes because you can't get one without them. You can get an aftermarket stepless bumper complete for $280 though. The skin cost me $150. So unless you get the bumper for less than $100, its cheaper to just buy the whole thing.
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