Posts by BigDan12

Attention Vendors. Please email robert@rabtech.com any instruction manuals you may have for your products. They will be added to the FILEBASE tab for members to access.

    I went with the same ones Wokka went with. They are bright and have a life time guarantee. They are a little expensive but as bright as they are and light everything up plus the life time guarantee I feel they are worth it. The difference is like day and night.

    I ended up calling Kyle he gave good support called me back in about 15min. He advised cutting a hole in the rubber boot and the yellow and blue wires and black and white wires go together. Also asked about center lights they will plug in either way he said try them one way and if they don't work reverse the plug. Got them hooked up and working can see on my volt meter they draw less than the stock lights and are a lot brighter. I am very happy with them but instructions are needed with them.

    I purchased a set of these also received them today and no instructions also. Can you please get me a copy of instructions also I would like to install them tomorrow. Thank you. Dan

    I have a 2018 SL in Navy Blue. I went with the Assault Ballistic D shape wheel with a white stripe on the wheel. Couldn't get Blue when I ordered mine. I went with the DDM adapter because it fills that gap between steering wheel and the steering column cover so you don't see the yellow tape on the clock spring. As far getting used to it I have had no problems with it. If you have to worry about turning the wheel so fast that the flat spot would be a problem the way that triangle handles your probably in deep s#%t already. As far as it being to close to you I am 6ft 5in tall 220lbs with 37in length arms and I have no problems. I also installed the DDM Short Throw Shifter and I love it and its a piece of cake to install.

    I know its a pia but take an empty spray bottle and fill it with water. Drive back to the dealer and 5 or 10 miles away spray a mist of water on the belt then continue to the dealer and let them verify the noise first hand. I am a retired truck mechanic and I know what its like not being able to duplicate a problem.I am sure they will appreciate the effort.

    I just installed the Cool vents in mine. A little piece of advise on the passengers side. Drill your 1/8 in pilot hole thru both inner and outer walls then put your drill bit and hole saw on the inside to see where your hole is going to end up. there is very little room for error on the inside. If your to far forward you end up cutting into the corner of the inner wall. Not a bad idea to do the same on the drivers side. Also don't expect for them to look nice and flush like in your car or truck they don't. But you cant really see them anyhow. Have not taken mine out for a ride yet to see how good they work. Maybe take it for a ride tomorrow and see how they work. And yes the first hole was the hardest to cut. I don't like cutting holes in good panels either. I also used an air die grinder on the inside of the drivers side to get the tube and cover into the panel.

    I just installed the Cool vents in mine. A little piece of advise on the passengers side. Drill your 1/8 in pilot hole thru both inner and outer walls then put your drill bit and hole saw on the inside to see where your hole is going to end up. there is very little room for error on the inside. If your to far forward you end up cutting into the corner of the inner wall. Not a bad idea to do the same on the drivers side. Also don't expect for them to look nice and flush like in your car or truck they don't. But you cant really see them anyhow. Have not taken mine out for a ride yet to see how good they work. Maybe take it for a ride tomorrow and see how they work. And yes the first hole was the hardest to cut. I don't like cutting holes in good panels either.

    I have a 2018 SL my book says to change it at 500 miles, I changed it and used 75/140 Royal Purple as many on the forum has advised. Glad I used the Royal Purple there is a lot less noise from the angle drive now, I also installed the magnetic drain plugs in the engine, trans and angle drive, This forum gives out some good and useful information. Thank You.