Wheels of TLF

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ctrav
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jakemauldin wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 8:01 pm
I would checkout the Chemical Guys products. They have a foam gun they sell for like $65 that attaches to your pressure washer, I would buy the $17 dollar amazon version of that (watched a comparison video on Youtube and amazon performed just as well) and then invest the money you saved in their actual soaps. I just refreshed my collection of their products last week. I have yet to be disappointed.
Good looking out buddy!! 👍🏾
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I also use this product. If you look closely in the picture I used this product on the right half of the truck, just a microfiber rag and minimal pressure the bugs came off with ease. I did use Chemical Guys “super cleaner” on the left and it did the same just didn't take a picture, it’s about 150% more than the 3D bug remover, but it can do miracles inside the vehicle as well so each product has its perks. Just make sure to wash the super cleaner off otherwise it leaves a film that you won’t like.
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Recently added to my garage
2017 road king, practically brand new with only 3500 miles on it.
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Just picked up this 2016 Limited Tundra CrewMax with 36k miles. I want to install a cold air intake, performance exhaust, and LED headlights. First truck since buying a house about 1 year ago, and I can already know this truck will be doing some good work.

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bhutchinson87 wrote:
Wed Aug 21, 2019 2:03 pm
Just picked up this 2016 Limited Tundra CrewMax with 36k miles. I want to install a cold air intake, performance exhaust, and LED headlights. First truck since buying a house about 1 year ago, and I can already know this truck will be doing some good work.

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Nice truck!
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Made some upgrades this summer. Traded our 2018 Honda Pilot (hated that pos, I’ll never buy another new Honda) for a 2017 Volvo S60 Dynamic, traded my 2015 Titan for a 2015 Ram 3500 and bought a new 2020 Salem Cruise Lite travel trailer. Unfortunately my lawn has taken the backseat this summer because of it all 😂
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Cory wrote:
Wed Sep 25, 2019 7:41 am
Made some upgrades this summer. Traded our 2018 Honda Pilot (hated that pos, I’ll never buy another new Honda) for a 2017 Volvo S60 Dynamic, traded my 2015 Titan for a 2015 Ram 3500 and bought a new 2020 Salem Cruise Lite travel trailer. Unfortunately my lawn has taken the backseat this summer because of it all 😂
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Very nice Cory...I have been a Volvo fan for a long time...
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@ctrav Thanks! I never gave Volvo a thought till we saw one walking around Carmax one day but it was already sold. It’s definitely a nice car, my wife liked it as soon as she saw it. It was rough trying to find one though, we traveled all over to find the right one. I only wanted this year and trim but there wasn’t many of them around for sell. We have had it for a couple months now and still haven’t seen another one anywhere driving around. Definitely not one in every driveway like a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry 😂

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My message is that we'll be watching you Chevrolet.

This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in on TLF planning a 2020 lawn strategy. Yet you all bring us this RAV4 and call it a Blazer. How dare you!

Ford is coming out with a sweet new Bronco and I was hoping you'd do the same. You have stolen my dreams and my midlife crisis with your empty words....

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