JohnG3 is right. Just north of Havasu behind the airport there are some fantastic rock formations. We ride our side by sides through them. There is one you can see from the highway called "the mitt".
I am a double snowbird. Love the warm winters and cool summers by traveling between two destinations and both in the same state. Arizona of course. I show up for each season with the snowbirds in the winter and flat landers in the summer.
X2 cheap and very plentiful. Some will even input your currant mileage.
Note: it is Federal law that you disclose that the cluster/odometer was replaced even if the replacement has the correct mileage! There will be a sticker that comes with the rebuilt cluster that needs to be attached to the drivers door. Just a heads up.
Not so. I sent my wife's in and the mileage was untouched. They didn't provide a sticker because it was the same cluster, just repaired.
Your Surge Guard just saved you thousands of dollars.
Whenever someone on here says they are a waste of money, tell this story again.
You don't need a surge guard to check an outlet. Common sense and a cheap multimeter work just fine.
There is a stud with a slot for a screwdriver locked in place by a jam nut on top of the steering box. Loosen the jam nut and then tighten the stud gently. If you tighten too much you can lock the steering or lose steering to one side. Check this before driving! I had a '62 dodge in high school and it did this. It always was loose though. I replaced lots of steering components which didn't help much.
I did the same thing for my large generator, three receiver tubes. I e-mailed the "swivel wheel" people to get the spacing for their receiver tubes. I figured if it ever came to it, I could use one of their trailers easily.