United Heritage Credit Union refinanced my cargo van, but I use it as a daily driver, not for a business.Successfully refinanced my 130MR (commercial vehicle) with Lightstream. Reducing the monthly payment was the goal as I'm keeping it longer than any plumber would but every lending institution backed out as soon as they input the VIN. I now understand the cargo-van, or non-wagon, is considered a commercial vehicle, like it or not. An unsecured loan is how I made it possible. Van is paid off, I get the title, and I'm currently 60 months out with an unsecured debt loan. Anybody know of any risk I have inadvertently undertaken?
Anybody have experience with 3M EC-1357 vs 3M-90 ?
Aerospace manufacturers use it in aircraft interior builds. Non-immediate bonding and no off-gassing evidently. CA must love it.
I sell a California specific version of 3M-90. It works fine, many of my industrial customers prefer other spray glue that I carry because the spray pattern isn't great and 3M tends to be expensive simply because of the name.Successfully refinanced my 130MR (commercial vehicle) with Lightstream.
Anybody have experience with 3M EC-1357 vs 3M-90 ?CA must love it.
G-thanks for the feedback. while I've used much '90 to get done what I have gotten done, it does set-up and using to secure a fabric not so much I'm guessing. Sure, 'blue-board' and ez-cool but that fabric is gonna stay in the wrong place if you don't get it right. Hence, my inquiry. Takes a little time to set up AND IS and interior adhesive as 3M states it is used inI sell a California specific version of 3M-90. It works fine, many of my industrial customers prefer other spray glue that I carry because the spray pattern isn't great and 3M tends to be expensive simply because of the name.
I couldn't be happier with my MoFoCo financing at 0%/72 months... Still can't wait to get that *** paid off, car payments suck!
That's why you don't go to dealerships for repairs.I'd hug my 18 148MR if I could. Traded off my 16Promaster 159EXT @ 140,xxx. At 100, xxx developed the "Pentastar Click" and had to replace cams, lifters rockers and pushrods. $4000, but after vigorous complaint to FCA, they warranted the parts and left me $1000, labor. At 135,xxx transmission handgrenaded to the tune of $5000. Did the math and found my Transit for $9000 off MSRP on Labor Day weekend. I'm all good, but the latest wrinkle, local Dodge dealer called me to tell me they had the estimate ready on my van, I'm still listed as owner in FCA computer by VIN. Seems the left cylinder head had to be replaced, to the tune of $4400!!! When i told the service writer I had traded it off, she said it was a good thing. Crazy part is the new owner actually paid $4400 to repair a 140,xxx engine, Could have completely replaced it for not much more. REALLY love my Transit now, even more!!
Any chance you have pictures of what is inside the bumper or how you routed the wire? I heard there is a grommet pre-installed but haven’t seen the location in my limited searching.
The only contents of the bumper cover in that location is air. Nothing to see. Stick your hand under there.Any chance you have pictures of what is inside the bumper or how you routed the wire? I heard there is a grommet pre-installed but haven’t seen the location in my limited searching.
Now you tell meI opted for mounting it on the inside where I must now manage door interference when it is connected. Had I considered this rotate option I would have put mine on the outside too.