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    • Brad - double check the roll pin - white truck (2004) had the roll pin and the green truck (2007) has spring detent. And when I pushed in the detent (more of a locking round cylinder rather than the ball) the knob pulled up, spring and cup shot around the cab, hands and knees with a magnet looking for it, making something out of a ball point spring, sigh  and so the story goes.
    • I read this as more of a positive post then a negative post. And if this rubs you the wrong way too, no reason to respond - as it's how I read it... Best of luck on the sell of your truck:)!  Smitty (Try reducing the size of your photo's down to fit. As a photo tells a 1000 words:)!)
    • Sitting at Enchanted Trails RV Park in Alburquerque, NM. On our way to Chama, NM via Cortez, CO. We will spend 3 night here then 3 nights in Cortez. We will be in Chama  at Rio Chama RV Park (in Site R-3)  until Sept 5.  If any of you want to spend quiet time at 8,000ft. come to Chama. The train runs from Memorial day week-end until mid Oct.  Rio Chama has sites large enough for our kind and they are used to me.     ShortyO
    • Ditto on Greg's post.  Sometimes - the 'breeze' is strong enough that I had to make a stepped opener because full open was way too much. (ours are vertical sliders - 12" wide by 16" tall). This allows an opening 1 to 6" (full).   Another thing is by having the windows "in your face", you open your eyes and your looking outside. LOL - and that is a 'bad' thing depending on which way your facing. (think sun rise, in your face)
    • Somebody contact Steve Dixon. He had his garage/drom custom built and the last time I spoke with him he had nothing but praises for the company that did it. He parks his smart car inside and has tons or room for stoarge.