I have a drw, but it has the same running gear so it should have the same power. My camper is 17k and I am able to keep it at 65 on 5-6% grades, I haven't tried 80 but I wouldn't doubt that it would be able to as it doesn't struggle at all at 65 even if I have to accelerate a bit to get around a truck on a hill.
I am running the sulastic shackles on my 3500 DRW and it makes it a lot more comfortable empty. I am still looking for more improvement, mostly because I have the snowplow/camper torsion bars up front. I would love to swap those to the regular bars and I am thinking about bilstiens, hence the reason I am looking at this thread. But I would still recommend the sulastic shackles, they really do help.
I got it from ebay, I will never order from etrailer again as it took 2 weeks before they even thought about shipping some keys for my rv that they had in stock it took 18 days to get something that only took 2 days to get from there to here. If I bought it again I would buy directly from bak industries. They say it will ship the next day for free and the prices are about the same, they even have a best price guarantee so if etrailers price was better I would assume they would match it.
I have the backflip f1 because I ordered the mx4 and it didn't come with the side rails so they upgraded me for free. They are both 5 panel covers and they just barely do not interfere with the rearview mirror camera when pressed against the rear glass but I would think it would probably interfere with a camera that points more downward. Getting you these pictures also reminded me of something too, the last piece is heavy as s*** trying to open it from the ground. I am sure that my wife would not be able to, she would have to climb in the bed to open the cover fully. If you have any other
For 21 the wt got steering wheel audio controls which was the only thing holding me back from a prior year wt. I got my cc duramax dually that had every option you could get in the wt model for $54,000 and the closest comparable lt at the time with all incentives was $61,000 and it still didn't have some of the options I was looking for if I went to an lt. I use it as a camper hauler and would still do it again. The rubber floor is so much better for keeping clean with my gravel driveway and it has all the options you would have gotten on an lt back in 2015.
Watch pulling out of parking lots with steep aprons, I had a 8" drop on my f350 which was about 1" higher than my chevy and it would rub quite often leaving my local dunkin donuts. It was a 2.5" shank that I bought to replace the shank on my w/d hitch so I just cut about 1" off the bottom and it wouldn't rub anymore. Just remember the drop hitch isn't measured from top to bottom of hitch it is measured from top to bottom of ball. My 6" weigh safe hitch with the 2.5 shank is 9" from top of hitch to the lowest point of the hitch, so a 10" would probably be 13" or so which would only leave ab
I figure all trucks are a little different so I'll post mine up too. I have a Chevrolet 3500 drw w/t with the Sulastic shackles which raised the rear at the wheel wells 1/4" when I measured. My hitch is 23" from the ground to the top. Going back to every truck is different though, my last one was a 2018 f350 and one day at a new job site I parked next to another f350. I was about 2" lower in the front and 1" in the rear. He had aftermarket wheels and tires on his so I thought he just had a level kit and bigger tires. You should have heard how upset he got when I asked where he got his l
Has anyone else had any tpms sensor issues? My truck was sitting for 3 days and when I fired it up it was complaining that 5 of my 6 tires were at 32 psi exactly and one was at the normal 70 psi. I looked out the door and none of the tires looked flat so I started driving, within 15 feet the tires were all reading normal. Are the sensors losing charge that quickly? My f-350 would sit for a week or 2 and not have an issue with the sensors.
Looks great, at least the dealer didn't string you along for 3 months like mine did. I lucked out and found something similar to what I ordered and it was only an hour and a half away. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
Does anyone else's backup camera seem washed out and have faded horizontal lines across it? I am thinking that mine has issues but want to make sure before I take it in that it isn't just normal and I'm being too picky. The mirror camera is great and crystal clear its just the one in the dash, mine is the 7" wt model in case that makes a difference.
I loved the ranch magnum I had on my ram a few years ago. It is a fiberglass cap with the side tool boxes which were great for golf clubs or any other items you may not want damaged rolling around the bed. The only downfall to it (for my wife anyways) is that there are no windows, but I am used to driving vehicles that have no back window. Once we upgraded trucks I was planning on a 5th wheel so we went with the backflip f1, I see what you are saying with the fitment issues but I lucked out and at least mine is dry. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
Get the right led lights. The ones with the led chips in the center on the 2 sides like the beam tech, not the ones that have led chips all around them on 3 or 4 sides or have the sides further apart and not really thin. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Tapatalk
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