Would you mind posting a few pics? Curiousity is killing me.alaric23 said:Had mine 8 months. Reception is same as stock. Only issues have been with the adhesive gasket not sticking (they sent me a new one free of charge) and now stone chips in the paint on the spine. I imagine they're likely not caused by stones, but from ice flying off the roof as it melts. It has been one of those winters...
It took all of 5-10 minutes. I normally have my car hand waxed so I used the 3M General Adhesive Remover to clean the area and remove the wax. I grabbed the stool out of the kitchen and placed painters tape to mark my area. After that it was peel and place.ChevyMgr said:Toenuttz,
How did the install go as far as difficulty and time? Looks great!
Thanks for posting the pics.
Thanks!!!Gdog said:Very nice Toenutz!
Of course you know our garages are bigger in Texas? :thumb:agbq06 said:Ok so the title of this thread intrigued me. I'm in Texas (yes, great "what country are you from?", insert best Texan joke here) but is height of the terrain really an issue?? I used to worry about my 3/4 Ton Cummins Diesel fitting, I bought my Terrain for gas mileage and that was never a concern! Seriously, I guess I'm in my little world and didn't realize. **That was a genuine question, no satire/sarcasm.
I can open the rear hatch of my Terrain in my garage (full not 3/4 setting) with my garage door open (and up overhead). I guess some garages are really, really small?ChevyMgr said:Of course you know our garages are bigger in Texas? :thumb: