Really??? Haha I've only been up there a few times but went to SMU in Dallas for college and there weren't really that many cops on 45 between Houston and Dallas. I think the worst is I-10 between Houston and San Antonio... the cops there HATE Houstonians with a passion too!
Have a non-Sasquatch Big Bend on the way and am thinking to do a 4" lift with 35" tires. I don't plan on doing heavy wheeling; however, I like to ride mountain bike trails and sometimes the roads to them aren't perfect. Would 20" rims be fine for this or should I really go with 18s? Thanks
I'm planning to lift mine around 4" and put 35s on it (non sas)... are 20" wheels okay if I only do very minor off roading or should I stick with 18s? I don't plan to go wheeling per se but I ride a mountain bike and sometimes getting to the trail can be kinda bumpy along the way.
Why 'always'? I had Focal components in a Tahoe previously and basically turned the rear fill off... from what I have read if you have top of the line components in the front you don't really need it...
Called CSX and UP... Bronco recently departed Arkansas and is on the way to San Antonio set to arrive Tuesday or Wednesday! I'm aware though it could sit there for a week before a truck convoy picks it up.
So I called UP again today and did the option for them to fax the report... the ETA location on the report actually did show just 'Industry' even though the origin clearly showed Wayne, MI. I ended up calling a different UP number and the lady told me that 'Industry' is just a generic term for...
So I called Union Pacific today and it said that it was at the 'interchange' this morning with an ETA to arrive on the 16th, but the destination it gave me sounded like "Industry" even though I'm in Austin? Is that a city in central Texas or did I just hear it wrong?
Called CSX again... left Cincinnati today for Gibson, IN... my estimated delivery date is the 19th - 25th... I'm surprised it takes 10+ days to go from Indiana to central Texas! Still happy to be close to the finish line though.