What did you do with your 4th Gen this week?

buckeyexx

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Installed new led low beam bulbs to replace the ****** halogen bulbs. We will see how well they do but they have to be better as long as they hold up.
 

Ken Camp

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Haven't had a chance to drive my 2018 in real good snow since I bought it in October, so had to take it out for a drive in good old fashion snow storm (1st good snow in years, 14 inches) and it did great. Now to get all the filth cleaned off it LOL.
 

18CrewDually

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After our last big snowstorm I noticed snow was getting in my box via the tailgate and I can’t stand that so I added a tailgate seal kit. Don’t mind the crooked section that runs along the bottom, I straightened that part out.

I'm with you keeping water out. I found that if you go to your local Harley Davidson Dealer and get these rubber plugs they fit perfect in the stake pocket holes.
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SOLID PLUGS ABOVE

If you need to run through with a hose or wire for aux fuel tank like I do, they have the one below for that.
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ClassicJoe

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I drove to the farm and took down bow stands. I also added a Reese three ball hitch.
 

DanHate

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Hi WY-Dave, Do you have any pics of how you tapped into the cigarette wiring? Did you splice into the hot leg and screw the ground to a part of the metal structure in the

Easiest and vest way to tap into any of the cigarette wiring harnesses is to get a T harness. Just unplug the harness from the back if the power point, clip in the T harness on both sides and you are good to go. Hardest part is getting your hand around all the dash nonsense.

 
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