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Ordered a cmaberlain myQ wifi garage opener. Anyone used one? My openers suck through my tinted windows, and summer lost one into the abyss under the console in the jeep and it needs to be removed to retrieve it.
$26 for a new opener, or $52 for wifi enabled app. So I went for it

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Ordered a cmaberlain myQ wifi garage opener. Anyone used one? My openers suck through my tinted windows, and summer lost one into the abyss under the console in the jeep and it needs to be removed to retrieve it.
$26 for a new opener, or $52 for wifi enabled app. So I went for it

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all i have heard about those is they are easy to hack
good luck man

well i am about tired of snow
lost the greenhouse
roof got blasted by a tree unloading and crushed it
i cant have nice things anymore i swear

just spent the last few hours trying to clear the roof of the trailer off so i dont lose it too...
and i got pulled over for the first time in over ten years by some chp who claimed they had chain control up gave me a warning which is better than a ticket i would have beaten anyway but all i was doing was trying to get up to speed on the straight to blow the snow off the roof so if someone came up behind me i wouldn't unload on them
anyways there are NO signs for chain controls between my house and where he stopped me and the roads were better plowed than they have been in days
not a big deal really but it irritates me

and i would rather be able to get over to Russes and help him out, the snow pic i posted earlier, as he was in the hospital for heart issues last summer and is by himself trying to dig out of there

looks like i have my work cut out for me rigging a new roof and tying it into the aliuminum frame of the walls for the green house and getting a roof over the trailer so i dont have to worry about this next year
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My garage door opener consists of me getting off the motorcycle, unlocking 2 padlocks and lifting the garage door

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My garage door opener consists of me getting off the motorcycle, unlocking 2 padlocks and lifting the garage door

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That was my dad's method as well when I was still living at home - except I was the one getting out of the car and opening the door. Oddly enough, once my sister and I were out of the house, he suddenly felt it was necessary to get a garage door opener LOL

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Is it better to tune back to stock before swotching tunes or do you all just jump back and forth between custom tunes?

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Guys,

Just posted the dimensions for the rear bumper mounting points. So both the front and the rear are up. These are the dimensions that worked on my truck, 2005-2007. Not sure if it will fit the 99-04, even with the front end conversion to 05-07. But it may, who knows.

These dimensions are taken directly off the files for my bumper build, which worked great for me.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.

Here's the Link to it. Zmann stickied it in the specialty forums > off-topic > Fabrication Forum

https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/fa...-building.html
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all i have heard about those is they are easy to hack
good luck man

well i am about tired of snow
lost the greenhouse
roof got blasted by a tree unloading and crushed it
i cant have nice things anymore i swear

just spent the last few hours trying to clear the roof of the trailer off so i dont lose it too...
and i got pulled over for the first time in over ten years by some chp who claimed they had chain control up gave me a warning which is better than a ticket i would have beaten anyway but all i was doing was trying to get up to speed on the straight to blow the snow off the roof so if someone came up behind me i wouldn't unload on them
anyways there are NO signs for chain controls between my house and where he stopped me and the roads were better plowed than they have been in days
not a big deal really but it irritates me

and i would rather be able to get over to Russes and help him out, the snow pic i posted earlier, as he was in the hospital for heart issues last summer and is by himself trying to dig out of there

looks like i have my work cut out for me rigging a new roof and tying it into the aliuminum frame of the walls for the green house and getting a roof over the trailer so i dont have to worry about this next year
Sorry to hear about the greenhouse, will insurance cover it?
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I have a ranch hand winch bumper on the front. A few years ago I had to be towed into town because of a cracked injector. His wheel lift was not heavy enough to lift my front end with the truck camper on board. So he used the old school Lyft on the front axle with the straps over the front bumper. He actually cracked both Factory frame horns for mounting the bumper. The factory frame horns have four bolts per side and only used to preside to mount the factory bumper I had grade 8 bolts in all the holes. This spring I pulled the bumper off at at the welding shop shop new spring horns I would have material that was about 25% thicker than stock. If you're thinking at all about a winch bumper I would seriously suggest doing this before you even bother installing that bumper for the first time. Save you have to be to take it all off and do the job right later
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