Still have my compressor and associated tools, but the cordless makes repairs/maintenance much easier when air is not available. The drill/driver is not light, feels just as heavy as conventional air gun. The smaller drill/driver makes other projects that much easier. Still need a cordless ratchet though - the drill/drivers don't always work in tight spaces.Seems like those cordless 1/2" impact wrenches have made old school compressed air impacts obsolete. I've held off on buying a new compressor for awhile because it's a big investment, ($1500+ for a quality unit), ties up garage space, can't be moved, requires a hose that gets dragged through dog pee, and is still too loud. Are most professional mechanics still investing in air tools or are they looking at them like using a corded phone?
I really wanna find a 4” lift compatible with my 17s.At the cabin for a few days, doing a little 4 wheeling with the truck, and just messing around.
I see guys doing it, usually they are running at least 1.5 inch wheel spacers.I really wanna find a 4” lift compatible with my 17s.
It seems that it may be possible With the rancho or súper lift. If I find somebody local I’m gonna ask if I can test fit mine and pull the trigger
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