SoCal BS Thread

How long until Permaban trades in for a full size tow pig?

  • 1-3 months

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • 6-12 months

    Votes: 1 6.7%
  • Next weekend

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • After the first trip out with the trailer

    Votes: 12 80.0%

  • Total voters
    15
  • Poll closed .

kasnerd

Isn't this posh? I'll bet it's very exclusive.
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I need a new head unit. Mine does the boot loop shuffle and bluetooth can't keep a connection for long. Double Din. Do not need disc player but good audio is a must with android but it seems that's an instant $600+ price tag and aftermarket radios are not built to the same spec. Already replaced the speakers so its imbalanced because that unit is so weak, and I have been kicking this around for too long now.
 
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I need a new head unit. Mine does the boot loop shuffle and bluetooth can't keep a connection for long. Double Din. Do not need disc player but good audio is a must with android but it seems that's an instant $600+ price tag and aftermarket radios are not built to the same spec. Already replaced the speakers so its imbalanced because that unit is so weak, and I have been kicking this around for too long now.
I put this in my truck a few months ago. Very happy with it.
https://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Car/DVD+Receivers/AVH-W4500NEX
 

kasnerd

Isn't this posh? I'll bet it's very exclusive.
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Supports FLAC. You son of a bitch. I'm in. Thank You. I put a price watch on a Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX, but that thing hasn't come down in price and gave up.
I almost got the 8500. The only difference between the two is the integrated nav in the 8500. The 4500 works seamlessly with my phone’s nav. You can buy a Garmin with the savings and use it in a different car, which sold me on the 4500.
 

theesotericone

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Fredo Baggins
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I almost got the 8500. The only difference between the two is the integrated nav in the 8500. The 4500 works seamlessly with my phone’s nav. You can buy a Garmin with the savings and use it in a different car, which sold me on the 4500.
It's a solid unit. Almost every review has it in either 1st or 2nd place. I've had one in my cart for a while. I'll pull the trigger here soon.
 

HavingaGoodTime4x4

What ever blows your back!
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Shaver lake area and Rubicon get plenty of rain and snow yearly so that's nothing new. Yucaipa and Azusa areas are going to be mud slides waiting to happen if we get anything major.
Farmers almanac says its going to be a wet one this season. Not cold but wet
 
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