I've been impressed with its little brother (20V 5 AH brushless). Use it around the house and camping, don't need to mess with firing up the big saw. Lasts long enough to be effective. The 60V saw has to be awesome.
Time for an LS swap. :smilingimp:
If it makes you feel better I went to do a burnout in my driveway last night in my mustang and broke the clutch (apparently after 2 years of 4500 RPM 2 step launches it had enough).
I've had vehicles fight me to get all the air out after a head gasket change before, a trapped air pocket can be a pain to diagnose. My old turbo setup on the fast toy used to eat head gaskets, I used them like a fusable link.:laughing::laughing:
Awesome! There are a handful of those signs on 59 actually and how you described them is how I remember. My truck is about back together. Ran out of gas and wire this weekend so need to get my bottle filled and finish her up and I'm game. Also, picked up a boat recently so I have been...
I may be wrong as I am not an expert, but the spot versus flood thing seems to be a function of the way the housing inside is designed to reflect, not the actual bulb or bulb type.
That said, I prefer LED's, mostly for longevity.
I am pretty sure they link up with them, been a while since I've been on them. They get low enough traffic that grass grows on them, while the oil pump stuff tends to be full dirt. They're labeled something like Corydon Township, Non-Maintained, Travel at your own risk. If you are on 59, near...
I'll check it out when the weather breaks/trucks back together. I don't know exactly what the forest service would think about it but it is definitely needed (I am a local IMBA member and help out so I'm sensitive to that side of things).
It's really hard to beat situational awareness and common sense (look over logs before stepping, don't reach into 'snakey' holes/rocks). With snakes I would be concerned with my dog getting a bite more than myself in a snake prone area.
On a completely different rig, but I had the Falkens on an F150 and they were awesome until they started to age a little, then they were terrible. They seemed to go from great to terrible in a relatively short period of time as well. Even wet grass on flat ground in 2 wheel drive was like ice.
Fighting that issue now with my F150. Original owner towed a small fifth wheel camper with it, when sold yanked the hitch and put in a plastic bedliner without covering the raw, unpainted bolt holes for the hitch, which then rotted the bed floor out under the bedliner.
It was a good excuse to...