But many of the cheap ones are absolute crap.
Headlight Revolution does a lot of LED testing and shootouts. I haven't seen any company do more tests than them. Here are their videos that cover 7" round headlights. Definitely select the Watch on YouTube button.
Thanks Jeff! That's what I was missing.
I had poured over the kitchen charging systems posts and the recent jump start modification posts had me thinking you replaced the 40 amp relay with the 500 amp relay and had it wired to be energized from the ignition power and the new jump start switch.
You got me thinking about adding a similar setup to my van.
If my thoughts are correct, when the relay is energized from the kitchen battery via the switch everything else on the ignition on circuit also gets power. I only see two wires connected to the relay energizer. Where does the power...
Been to the Diamond Creek Beach a couple times. They take pretty decent care of the road to it. Least capable vehicle I took there was a stock 1997 Chevy Astro AWD on all season tires. Hope you have clear skies the night you go as the stars are awesome there.
Have you heard of Priority Start? Automatically disconnects the battery when the battery gets low, reconnects with a press of the brake pedal, allowing the vehicle to start.
The Headlight Revolution YouTube channel does lots of testing on incandescent replacing LED headlight bulbs, more than any other LED testing channel I've seen. They have found that the best replacements are two sided and have the LEDs placed exactly where the filament is located in he...
Because I'm the curious sort, I found that it is not a Wrangler clone from Niva. The Niva Power is simply a company that sells Russian vehicles and parts.
The Jeep clone is actually a Chinese built BAIC BJ40 Plus.
The Mambas are perfect fit with no spacers. Dimensions are exactly the same as Wrangler TJ wheels.
From what I know the tallest Moog springs aren't any taller than the tallest factory springs, so if they lift any will depend which springs you have from the factory.
My wife drives a lifted 2016 Patriot Sport 4x4 2.4l 6 speed auto. Being completely honest, you don't want to strive for the highest lift you can get, because that severely limits what's left of the independent suspension's downward travel, which is just as important as upward travel.
Here an International E-Star that's been equipped with a huge solar array, attempting to travel Deadhorse to Terra del Fuego. They've been at it a couple years already, had a storm destroy their first array.