Thanks…ordered a replacement OEM pipe. Searched several websites that had the pipe nicely discounted but wanted to charge $300-365 for shipping that pipe. Finally found one site that discounted the price with reasonable shipping $20.
I went with the Nameless one just because it is more commonly shown off and I didn't know enough about the LP one to go with it. It is definitely a bit noisier than stock but not to the point where it is obnoxious to me, my passengers, or other drivers.Any recommendations on LP vs Nameless for the muffler? Just interested in a bit more exhaust tone vs stock as it’s a daily driver.
Thank you.This is a $200 4x8 HF trailer frame from facebook. Some ideas from Tventuring Adventure Trailer Forum and instagram #tventuring. Custom 3500lbs axle from a local trailer repair company. Leaf spring/axle relocation kit along with the DIY no weld bracket kit from compact camping concepts. The base is raptor lined white and the metal is from custom metals.com and is raptor lined black. Floor is composite deck flooring from lowes. The overall weight is around 400lbs and the tongue weight is 61.6lbs. I need to weigh it on an actual certified scale not a bathroom scale. RTT is roof top tent, two bars with go across the top of the trailer and there are two more that will hold the kayaks, just haven't had time to drill the holes. Overall length is 4x6' I cut the back 2' off and added a tongue from a boat trailer on facebook that was for free. Added stabilizer jacks from e-trailer and a 2' hitch for bike racks. Main issue right now is the lack of tongue weight, lots of raddling when driving empty, I am going to add a spare tire to the forward part to help get a little higher tongue weight. This is the guide I used and I did not weld anything. Tventuring Adventure Trailer Forum-How-to enhance a Harbor Freight frame for use under a DIY Camping Trailer
@Silas1128 Would love to hear more about the LGT suspension on your OB! including more pictures, please!Tune up and lowered. Spark plugs, air filter, transmission fluid, diffs. Then installed 2014 LGT struts and springs and a 19mm STi rear sway bar. Lowered it about 2" and significantly tightened up that suspension from the bouncy 2010 105k mile struts.
I have a ‘12 now with 133,800 miles and yet to have burned out a bulb … yet. I know it’s coming one day. I’m dreading it. 70 year old arthritic hands don’t look like they can fit in there, nor can dim eyes likely peer in there to see what’s going on.Something about the '11 OB that luvs to burn out bulbs. I've become quite skilled in low beam bulb and marker bulb replacement due to yearly practice. I switched to LED low beam bulbs and hope to stop the this yearly cycle of burnt out bulbs.
I feel your pain! Happened to me yesterday.It was now minus six out and I was out of de-icer so off to Wal-Mart. I opened the rear gate for Savvy and was reminded that, in a gas held in a container of finite volume such as a rear gate strut, pressure increases with heat but drops during cooling. And that's why I banged my head on the gate.
That’s great for you! Replacing the low beam bulbs on my ‘11 requires not only dexterity but going in blind because you can either look or stick your arm in there but not both. Installing the bulb via finger tips ;(I have a ‘12 now with 133,800 miles and yet to have burned out a bulb … yet. I know it’s coming one day. I’m dreading it. 70 year old arthritic hands don’t look like they can fit in there, nor can dim eyes likely peer in there to see what’s going on.