1. Just got my brand new refreshed model x back from her first wash. Noticed a huge gouge in the seat. The car wash is paying for it and owning the issue. The upholstery repair service they use seems very reputable. But still, so sad to see in my brand new $120k car. I have no experience with upholstery repair. Anyone know if it will be noticeable post repair?

  2. And to top it off they don’t stop or appear to look for cross traffic before pulling out into the street. Terrifying there is people like this on the road.

  3. I’m curious on this as well. Just got my first Tesla (model X) and I’d really rather not put ugly yellow stickers on my beautiful metallic blue paint job. I was thinking of just keeping them in the glovebox and presenting them if I get pulled over. Not sure if an officer would accept that though.

  4. I installed a set of airlift 1000 (60829) air springs on my 2018 Sahara because I tow a trailer and had issues with squat. Works like a champ. Highly recommended due to easy self install and cheapness.

  5. I’ve ran the Mojave Road a few times with them and have had no problems. I don’t do extreme technical stuff so I can’t vouch for that. I just tow an off-road trailer and do decent amount of overland camping. I have taken my Jeep to Hollister Hills and run areas with a decent amount of flex and they held up fine. Just leave a lot of slack for the airlines so they don’t pull. I also just recently had my tires changed and being on the lift at the shop with no support to the axels didn’t cause any issues. They are cheap so I figured it would be a good place to start. If they don’t work it’s would only be $100.

  6. I believe it’s Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness in New Mexico.

  7. It is very bright when the lights are on and they are on for 20hrs a day. It will definitely affect your sleep. I have mine in the kitchen because that is where I cook and it makes it easier to cut herbs and veggies to throw in dishes. As far as moving it, it’s not bad. Disconnect the top from water tank and move separately. You’ll actually have to do this when you change the tank water anyways. Hope this helps.

  8. Beautiful! The silhouette kind of looks like a dolphin (head at the bottom of the image).

  9. It looks like it has a screen protector on it, and it’s peeling off. I’m having the same thing happen right now. I have a spare and will be replacing shortly.

  10. That’s where my head goes too but you would think if you pressed back down on it you would see ‘bubbling’ or it trying to stick back on briefly right? This does absolutely nothing if I press on that corner, like no air or liquid between 2 layers

  11. I just went out and pressed on mine. It didn’t change at all either. Doesn’t even seem to be attempting to re-adhere. I bought my Jeep new and was the one who applied the screen protector, so I’m confident that’s what’s going on with mine. Do you know if yours has a protector on it? I’d hate for you to start trying to peel off a nonexistent screen protector.

  12. Isn’t it the apartment next door? Lol

  13. Never actually done that set. Hmm, no idea then. I was assuming this was a jail cell. Haha

  14. Look under the floor mats. Jeep Wranglers have drain plugs very similar to that. Not sure if Accents do as well though.

  15. Are you in Florida? To me it looks like a old dried up centipede or millipede, both of which are commonly found in the southeast.

  16. Looks like a heron. Lots of different types. Sharing location would help with the ID. To me it looks like a striated heron, but those are local to Australia I believe.

  17. It’s roots. If you don’t keep up with trimming the roots they can grow from the top all the way down to the water. Good idea to trim every now and then. I like to look at the roots weekly to every other week. I’ve also had roots grow from a lower pod up to the ones above.

  18. Probably grubs, I had this as well. I put green wire fencing, layed down, over the lawn they didn’t get to

  19. I’m guessing they won’t return now that the dogs are back to scare them away. Just glad they went after the yard and not the chickens.

  20. Didn’t think of that. I told my wife that they were aerating our soil. Haha

  21. Dunno where youre from, but thats a tegu! I actually have one. They are fantastic pets, but not if they arr wild caught. And they are super invasive in florida. Still, super cool you saw one in thr wild

  22. Yes can confirm this is a tegu. They are from South America and imported as pets. Very invasive in Florida.

  23. Based on body shape and the short tail, I think it’s a badger.

  24. And least he used a turn signal. Pretty sure that cancels out the running of the red light.

  25. Rats do that to my zucchini and tomatoes. They only take a couple bites (often times one), at least eat the whole thing scum bag.

  26. Any working solution for you? I don’t think I can cage the the bed in…

  27. Not really. Every now and then I’ll put a trap out and kill one or two but more always show up.

  28. You can’t post this and then not give us the recipe! It looks amazingly delicious!

  29. Best bet is to drive them to Jackson Hole, WY and board them. That’s what I did for a couple days in order to hike. The rest of the time was spend driving around and spending time at the campsite with the pups.

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