I have BD Squadron Wide Cornering SAEs with Amber lenses that I use for on-road use during foggy/snowy conditions. They work pretty well. I also have a pair of BD Squadron Wide Cornering Sport and a pair of BD Squadron Driving Combo Sports - only for off-road use.
I installed the BD S2 Sports a few months ago - with the Uplifter Kit from 4x4TruckLEDs.com - and they work great. No issues from the tailpipes or anything else. They tuck in nicely and are a huge improvement over stock!
That 2008 S8 was an AWESOME vehicle. The V10 sound and smoothness; words simply fail. From there to a 2018 BMW M550 to a 2019 Raptor; my first truck. No looking back. The Raptor is SO MUCH FUN and I haven't even scratched it's potential...yet.
Nice looking truck! My Raptor gets much better mileage than the V10 Audi S8 I used to have; you could just watch your mpg decrease noticeably while sitting at red lights. Really. One would think there were holes in the fuel system somewhere...
I had the same question a few weeks back and went with the 4" Weigh Safe hitch based upon what I was able to find, including: I just plan on towing a landscape trailer with no more than 7,000 pounds, often much less.
Glad to help. I have Farmers and they were great. The only thing I didn't like was the fact I had to drive into Seattle and spend a few hours at the glass shop. But, they did the job right and no subsequent issues. It cost me some $$ per my policy, but mileage will vary on that...
I had mine replaced a few months ago; went through my insurance company and insisted on OEM. I had to take it into their shop to have the new windshield "calibrated" to the truck so all the sensors would work as they were designed.
Same here. Ironically, I just checked this yesterday on my 2019. I used 2 gauges (to see if one of them was off (they weren't)) and found that each of the 4 tires was 2 lbs of pressure lower from what the TPMS stated.