After this I realized a DRW probably the way to go
What is that story behind that? What kind of tire? how much was the hitch weight? I just bought a toy hauler and would like to do some light off paved road with it but don't want to blow a tire. The trail your on doesn't look that rough.After this I realized a DRW probably the way to go
Same boat. Upgraded to F Toyo 35 MT. But still, Dually is way to go and will be trading in the Short Bed for either a 350 or 450. I’m following here to see if a 450 is going to be ok, or will a 350 do.Wow man! I hope everybody was ok. That's what scares me when towing heavy. When I weighed our toyhauler after a trip (gcvw 27,960 lbs) I realized I was past the rear tire rating (e range 121 index) by like 700 lbs. I upgraded tires right away (e range 129 index). I towed the same toyhauler with a buddy's 2017 ram 3500 drw and couldn't believe the stability difference. That pretty much sold me and hence why I've been looking at a f350/f450. The larger brakes and wide track front end pretty much has me convinced f450 is the way to go.
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Now I’m really stoked. That’s what I want to do with the front wheel/tire combo. Ditch the Dually wheels and go with a Negative offset, maybe not stick out quite as far. I figured as a spare a Dually wheel would be fine on either front or back.Out of the shop to turn around!