Aftermarket radios often stick out like a sore thumb, but I’ve been using them to upgrade from old tape decks to CD players with AUX and/or USB input, so they’ve always been worth it.
Interesting video! Subscribed to your channel friend! You need to upload more car stuff! :P
I agree with you about aftermarket stereos. Unless you hide it or really change the factory center console up to integrate it, they just look out of place. The volume button on my Miata finally became unmanageable. My solution was simpler: remove it, save weight lol. Made a blanking plate out of cardboard and light…
The struggle is real. #undeadproblems
If I wait to long you guys just end up dying on your own anyways.
But since you’re a vampire you’re also dead, so you can take your time to be invited... We mortals can’t afford that luxury.
I'm not able to enter a house without being invited in.
I have been watching some lockpicking videos on Youtube from a guy who makes breaking most locks look super easy. I’ve also practiced many times in Skyrim/Oblivion. That’s probably a decent way to gain entry into most places.
what was the reaction of the other guy?
That was pretty hilarious! Too bad he caught you in the midst of setup!
night mode is awesome!
I sent mine off to a place to have them rebuilt and flow matched. cost me $100 for 6. worth it.
It’s a bad Mamma-Jamma! -Real Human
Thats cool and all, but half their customer base would beat you to a pulp for being gay, and the other half would send you to christian conversion therapy.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was an app for that? An app that could organize this for you?
That’s exactly what I did?
As an engineer, my guess is that it’s saved 3 seconds on the production line. Even more likely is that they were able to twist the arm of the strut manufacturer to include it as part of an assembly as opposed to having to make the bracket seperstley themselves.
Late Stage Capitalism is begging corporations for the privilege of buying their goods.