I rely on youtube and some great content creators out there for almost everything I build, fix or maintain in my daily life. Actually I am not sure how we did it before YouTube to be honest. Anyway, because I think that there is some value in what I learn along the way while I build the LX470, I thought that I too would start creating some DIY videos and share them with others. Take a look at some of the videos in my channel and don't forget: Like, Comment and Subscribe. I answer all the comments and welcome your feedback.
Proof that you don't have to spend a fortune to make your rims looking great AND as an added bonus, this will enable you to touch them up really easily to keep them looking great.
There is a great deal of debate on the subject of wheel spacers in the off-road community You know it's where someone starts a thread on your favorite Facebook group like this: "I am thinking about getting wheel spacers for my rig, what do you guys think?" Then all the trolls come out of hiding and start to chime in with their incredible deep knowledge of mechanical engineering or their vaste amount of trail riding experience.... Anyway I have spacers on my rig and I LOVE the way it widens the stance of the rig and gives it that slightly more off-road agressive look. Perfect match to my re-finished wheels and agressive mud tires. Love it or hate it, here is how I did it!
In this series I take you step by step along the process of assembling and installing this great piece of kit on my LX470 This rear bumper is pretty amazing all the way around. From the quality fo the fabrication to its core functionality, it's just insanely well made and engineered. It's anything but cheap and you have to wait FOREVER to get yours after you place the order! It took 17 weeks for mine....
I am really only happy when I can tinker with the rig and as far as i am concerned there's never going to be a point at which I consider this rig DONE! So everytime I can find time to go to the garage and tinker with the LX, I find ways to make it better, maintain it or fabricate something for it.
On occasions when not fabricating i do buy things for the rig! When I do, like what I bought and think that you guys could benefit from knowing why I bought these things and how I like them, I try to do a little video review and give you my honest and yes, very personal, opinion.
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