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Old 03-24-2019, 09:36 PM
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I was looking to see what ones are recommended? Does anyone have any complaints about them? Thanks for any help.
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Love mine! First things I added to my 2017 XLT F250 4x4 and they are still working great!
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Love mine. My son went with the plug-n- play. Hated the fact he couldn’t run a CTS gauge or Bluetooth set up on the OBDII with them. Go with the hardwired version.


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I am a big fan as well. Had the plug and play ones for almost 3 years with 0 issues. Let me know if I can get a set headed your way.
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I wonder if using the obd splitter would have any adverse effects. Pm sent Tom.
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:43 PM
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I wonder if using the obd splitter would have any adverse effects. Pm sent Tom.
My buddy installs them and uses splitters without any issues so far. Second hand info so take that how you will but still.
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Got it and replied! I'm running a splitter as well, 0 issues.
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What brand splitter are you guys running?
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Installed mine about two years ago. Wired it in. One of the greatest things I ever did to the truck. Maybe squeeks a bit with the wet salty wintry environment we get and all the rinsing I try and do, but a quick spray lube seems to help. Also makes it look even taller getting rid of the stock running boards lol.
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Did you go with hard wire or plug an play?
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