Posts by Br4hm4

    I tried searching and most of what i saw was threads on folks talking about having it done or the old 2x4 process. I'm looking for someone who might be familiar with this Bosch system that apparently some dealers use. Called the local dealer and they don't do laser alignments on slings, said they follow factory process so assuming that means 2x4 method... Got number for CO guy who was doing these and he got back to me that he moved to CA and was also using the "True Track" system. I really don't want to wait until maggie valley next year (wife 90% sold on going) so started looking for a system.


    I have one of these dealer Bosch systems on the way to me - anyone know how to use it? Seller said it's new in box never used so hoping it has some instructions...but I'd rather talk to someone who's used it or seen it used and the process. I hear it differs from TrueTrack in the sense the tires stay on - thoughts or comments greatly appreciated - Thank You all!

    Hey Steve, did you ever get one? I know that Eric was looking for someone to do an alignment locally since Bryan moved.

    I have owned 5 different windshields...my favorite of the 5 was the NASCAR tallboy +2 from All Things Slingshot. Closely behind that was the Madstadt 11 inch. They both have pros and cons...but both are substantially better than the factory windshield.

    I had the 3.73 set up in my TrakHamr kit and was very happy. Gas mileage didn't suffer too much and I was still able to spin the tires when I had 305s on the rear. To be honest I wouldn't want to go any taller on gears if I were to do it again.

    I think there was some issues with the search engine recently. I wasn't able to find a single Toyota MR2 yesterday...and there are usually 4-5 always available.

    The Toyo T1R is a great summer tire. If price doesn't matter look into the Toyo R888R or if you want a drag radial out back look into the Micky Thompson ET Street SS or the Nitto NT05. The NT05 and the R888R need to get some heat in them before they get really sticky so keep that in mind if you go that route. The MT is always pretty grabby and heats up fast. You'll get the most wear out of the T1R out of that list. The MT gets good wear for a drag radial and the R888R and NT05 wear pretty quickly but they are sticky.

    This was the one I was going to recommend. The R888R is amazing.

    I noticed a huge difference after going with the Hahn turbo. Having the factory shocks...traction was an issue. I decided I would just get a wider tire...it didn't really remedy the traction issue. When I got a set of QA1's and adjusted them over time, I was able to hook up quite a bit better vs the factory shocks. It's not a need, but it's a really big bonus depending on your driving style.

    I have had very little interest in mine. I think some of that is because of the price point, and some of it is because riding season isn't quite here yet. But if anyone knows anyone looking for a 4 Wheel conversion that is getting little use...send them my way. I will be happy to give you a nice referral bonus.

    I personally just don't believe the mask issue is the hill to die on. I have more important shit than trying to prove how free I am by not wearing a mask. Do I believe as an adult in this country you have the right to do was you please as long as you aren't hurting others? Yes. Just understand that your actions have consequences and those actions may or may not hurt people you love. The actions of others may also hurt you or your loved ones.

    I have owned both the V-Back and the TD Canvas. There are only 2 real differences... one piece design vs 3 piece design. When all put together they are identical with the exception of the back portion...one V's to the rear and mounts on the front side of the roll hoops, the TD rounds out and mounts on the rear of the roll hoops. I personally liked the TD one better just due to the design allowing me to strap up bags and other goodies.