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Garage parking sensors

Discussion in 'Garage / Workshop' started by coffeesnob, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. Sep 20, 2012 at 2:44 AM
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    coffeesnob

    coffeesnob [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Anyone use the laser parking sensors for garages. I know all about the tennis ball method but want to investigate these but don't know if they are reliable or not.
     
  2. Oct 17, 2012 at 9:42 AM
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    TRD Larry

    TRD Larry trd larry

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    Sport pedals, Extang full-tilt cover, Magnaflow exhaust system, XPEL invisible paint protection, TRD short Shifter, Hood struts, Homelink mirror, Dbl power outlets,Kuhmo 275x55x20, Platinum #220 Abyss wheels 20x9.5. Muth heated signal mirrors TSB. Lo-Tek Pilllar pod with Glow-Shift gauges, 4x4 illuminated switch, Pioneer Z110BT (upgraded to Z130BT) w/2011 toyota tailgate backup camera,traffic tuner, parking brake bypass. Leather interior w/heated seats. LED's installed in glove box, center console, front and rear cupholders, rear console vent, AFE CAI, LED taillights, under hood lights, LED bed lights,oil catch can.
    When I had a new garage door opener installed there was a ceiling mounted laser beam that came with it. It shines a beam down and what you do is find a location where the beam hits the car and you know where to stop. In my case when the beam is in the middle of the dash it is time to stop.
     
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