Tied up some loose ends on the panels with screws and put up the dome light glass. Cleaned up the driver seat And bolted it down with the new seat harness. One down one to go.
Your opinion is always welcome good or bad. Never hold back. Never never hold back. Now I’m gonna rip it all out and start over. No I’m kidding.Mario did not want to say anything about the carpet...but since you already did, I am with you, not really my first choice..now the matts I like, they fit with the rest of it..you really do not see much of the other any way...I bought a pre-made set for an extend cab truck and cut it down to fit a regular cab was not cheap going that route...looks good, a lot of hard work and it shows
I thought the same. I need to raise the level and angle down to pull the on switch fully locked. When pushed and it’s released it just has to move over the snap position to disconnect. Better to fully snap on than to have it pop in and out causing a shut down.Confused me at first as I read "chute cable" and thought you had two issues. Then realized you used the chute cable for the battery disconnect. My first thought was simply fabricate or rework the support bracket that aligns it better. I suppose moving the battery to make use of a straight rod and a push/pull handle isn't feasible.