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    Bike rack installed, can't get out of my driveway because I'm too low. I'll figure something out, just makes me laugh.

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    Had the hitch receiver on for about a week now, definitely can feel it's stiffer in the rear. I think the rear hitch is a win for support and strengthening of lower rear frame!!! Decided this weekend after reviewing trailer hitch instructions the wiring harness is not going in this car, I'm not going to run a hot lead to battery from rear of car. If it was plug and play like everything else I've installed I'd put it in, last car I did was my easy 2016 Kia Soul. I've done many stereo amp wiring in the day but just not going to run that wire, kinda disappointed not to be able to drive with my trailer but I don't need to either.

    On a different note I've been on the fence for awhile about buying the stock jack for this car, it's just plain expensive. Well finally justified the money after not wanting to put a floor jack in the car if I got a flat. Think all three pieces were right at $135 local(I live in Fort Worth and parts were in Garland, not driving that 50+ round trip. DFW is big!!!!) with tax and shipping, yes that's a bend me over price for what it is!!!!! Well finally got to use jack rotating my tires tonight, little OEM jack completely kicks ass!! My car is lowered and it's always a problem jacking the front up, the jack worked like a champ specifically because it's got a nut on the end and I was able to use my 3/8" impact. Easy easy easy, wow I'm impressed so much easier now. The wrench that I got folds up and fits both stock and aftermarket lug bolts. Also got the carry bag, all this fits nicely behind my seat. Stock jack for the win my friends, should have gotten sooner. Q

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    That’s a really nice bike rack. Jealous. I still have a 20 year old Road Gear bike rack.

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    I'm the same as you, just sold my 15 year old bike rack and bought this Thule T2 Pro 1.25". Night and day vs my older rack for sure, hope this lasts as long. Got $150 for my old rack when I sold it, bike racks have gotten expensive!!! Bike racks have come along way, this one has the lock on the end thats like an older 1" quit stem that locks in place. No pin needed!!


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    That’s a really nice bike rack. Jealous. I still have a 20 year old Road Gear bike rack.


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    Going to install a new GPS mount this weekend that I found, Proclip USA left pillar mount for the Fiat 500. Super interested in a cleaner GPS mount than the bean bag one I have now which slides off the dash during "spirited" driving. Picking up bolted mount adapter today from Amazon locker tonight. We will see....
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    Quote Originally Posted by qorray View Post
    Going to install a new GPS mount this weekend that I found, Proclip USA left pillar mount for the Fiat 500. Super interested in a cleaner GPS mount than the bean bag one I have now which slides off the dash during "spirited" driving. Picking up bolted mount adapter today from Amazon locker tonight. We will see....
    Be careful drilling or mounting anything to that A Pillar... there is an airbag/ wiring hidden underneath it.
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    Yeah I know, you really have to be careful of drilling anything anywhere on an EV!!!!!! On the previous post that's one of the reasons I decided against installing hitch wiring. That's why this find is awesome, just snaps in. Very simple to install, made very well and the cleanest GPS mount I've ever used. Installed yesterday, very very easy. Took about 10 minutes to reroute wiring. I'm really impressed, no more GPS sliding around and GPS is a finger tip away from steering wheel. Love it!!!!! Just showed my wife and she loves it as well, going to get one for our other car.

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    Be careful drilling or mounting anything to that A Pillar... there is an airbag/ wiring hidden underneath it.
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    NICE! Here's mine:
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    Belt clip came with my Zizo phone shield & a few inches of 5/8" heater hose shoved into the TomTom hole.
    2013 500e has been my only car since 2015.

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    Macgyvered!!!! You did an excellent job on that. I like that it's in the center.

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    NICE! Here's mine:
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    Belt clip came with my Zizo phone shield & a few inches of 5/8" heater hose shoved into the TomTom hole.

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