Weathertech floor mats. Got tired of little stones all over my carpet. This way I can just pull them out and hose them off when I feel like it.
Negative. On a clean, dry, tire I just spray some onto an applicator and give it a coat. It’ll soak in pretty quickly and leave a satin finish. If you want it a tick darker and a little hint of shine just give the tires a second light coat. It’s a great product that I’ve used for over 20 years. Not cheap but a bottle tends to last.Does it make a greasy mess that slings off?
I won't do exhaust work myself anymore, it's just a huge pain in the ass. A good exhaust guy can work magic even with janky parts.A while back I tried to install a Ford Performance by Borla exhaust system and couldn't because it was poorly manufactured. Today I said f it and installed it again and then took the car to a local muffler shop to have them fiddle with it and make it fit right. They did and it only cost me an extra $60. It would probably cost more than that to ship the entire kit back. An added benefit is the car is probably now closer to its original weight considering all the stuff I've added, and the kit weighs about 25 lbs less than the stock exhaust system. Initial thought is that it's not much louder than the stock exhaust system but a bit deeper in tone.
You could always drill a small hole through the bracket and car so as to install a roll pin.Well, that's what's expected.
. Played with it far too long, even tried putting some thin gasket type material underneath. Spoke to Redline in person who were helpful and suggested everything I tried. They still rotated on my '22 and my friend's '23 Mach 1. After a little scrape on my paint...I was out.
In my opinion, except for the Steeda kit that has a second attachment point, they'll all eventually turn. It's only natural, with a bit of leverage at the pivot point and no way to keep it from rotating.
That being said, I have a Redline kit on my '16 Police Utility. This has two mounting points and is very secure.