On their website Bilstein says: MOTORSPORT PRECISION. RELIABILITY. SUCCESS. Well, “reliability” seems to got lost in translation or something. New-ish F-150 with mileage in five figures, no signs of abuse or reckless off-roading although front shocks failed like this. Bottom bushings got broken off completely on both I expected better product from Bilstein. Now where I
One year old truck with custom truck bed and lights. Not sure if this kind of ground connections would survive in Arizona for long enough time but in our location it did not last a year. I was surprised to find that not-mentioned-here well established company that performed this body conversion couldn’t use a better design for this light.
I have a feeling that without that mudflap there could have been less damage done to the bodywork. Two years down the road and edge of the front fender turned into rusty flakes
Fender flare on this Nissan Titan won’t allow to use fender box any more. Sure, beauty is in eye of the beholder, but I can not agree to an idea of spending money on useless decoration while losing something useful.
If you have a battery leaking acid like this – it is done. Scrap it even if that battery is still able to start an engine. Acid fumes leaking from the battery would do more corrosion damage than you save on holding onto this battery. Battery terminals and wires, main fuse holders, battery holders and battery tray
Super easy case of engine overheating diagnostics :-). Obvious reason for this problem in the middle of hot summer is right on the nose of this truck. Fancy shiny radiator grille inserts are blocking airflow through the rad almost completely. Those things are seasonal and needs to be removed after winter. You don’t have to bother