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Cravenspeed Flexpod

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by 2chains, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. Dec 20, 2012 at 10:32 AM

    2chains [OP] Well-Known Member

    May 15, 2010
    Calgary, Alberta
    2010 Tacoma DC LB 3" Revtek lift
    3" Revtek lift, k&n 63-9025 intake, tailgate debadge, OEM Bed mat, decals gone. helo black max 6 bs 4.5 os-12,duratrac 285 70 17,smittybilt light bar, kc slimlites, pioneer pb3300 bt, window tint, weathertech digfits, raider lorider elite tonneau, at2525xl,
    Ordered sunday dec 9 from Cravenspeed and they shipped with tracking monday the 10, received on dec 17 via USPS/Canada Post to Calgary. Pretty quick turnaround for us Canucks...The box was well packaged and all items were included.
    The components are metal with a brushed texture, price was $139. Little on the pricey side for what it is. I had signed up on their site and received 10% discount code.
    The fit was perfect for my 2010. Everything fit snug and no rubbing issues. You don't use the factory screws as per their video, you have to use the supplied flat head screws in the box.
    I took a pic w/usb stick so you can get a better idea of clearance to the factory gauges.
    Can't decide on PLX or Aeroforce gauges, like the flexibility of PLX dm-100 but trickier going on the install with the wiring etc. I haven't had a response back from PLX about a few questions I had...

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