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RE: Replaced tires on TV, now feels like driving on ice

The tires will require a few hundred miles to break them in (heat cycle). this makes the tires less squirmy! look up new tire squirm or heat cycle and you`ll see this is common with many new tires. +1 As long as they are load E and properly inflated- 80psi while towing, you're fine. As above, it just takes some time to break in. Much more noticeable while towing...
CND SuperCrew 04/20/14 12:19pm Towing
RE: 1st tow with new TV ?

Your ring & pinion would be the last thing you would want to fail, so I wouldn't
CND SuperCrew 04/18/14 01:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: Hey Equalizer people, which one should I get?

If you are using this setup: http://www.equalizerhitch.com/img/hitch_eng.jpg Then the 1/10k is fine
CND SuperCrew 04/16/14 12:58pm Towing
RE: I Pulled The Trigger*****Pic up*****

Good choice.....enjoy
CND SuperCrew 04/13/14 08:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Does my 2006 Duramax need a brake controller?

I had to mount an after-market one in my 07 classic, a must for any trailering...
CND SuperCrew 04/11/14 01:17pm Towing
RE: Garmin BaseCamp

When you create your route in BM, ensure that at every turn you plan on taking, you double click the route in order to make a way-point. What this does is when the GPS goes to navigate the route, it typically ask shortest or fastest route. Having these extra waypoints, ensure that the GPS can't alter the route you want to use. once you have the route created, save it a a GPX file, ie. here-to-there.gpx Once you connect your gps to your computer, it should be visible in My Computer and seen like another storage drive. Navigate on the Garmin folder and expand until you find the folder marked GPX. Simple paste a copy of the original gpx file into that folder. You then need to add that route upon starting up the GPS per user manual.. On a side note, I still use the discontinued program of mapsource, I find that it is much better at build routes...
CND SuperCrew 04/07/14 02:36pm Technology Corner
RE: Do we need the 2 pt or 4 pt Equalizer? Salesman says 2pt. ?

With a dry weight of 3800, you may want a 6/6k, try to find the GVWR of the TT Pricing: 4/4k for $439 6/6k for $439
CND SuperCrew 04/03/14 09:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Awning LED Strip install

Okay, in a couple of weeks my TT is coming out of storage and headed to the dealer to have hail damage repaired. The owner is a great person to deal with and said this would be a great time to install the LEDs. I need suggestion from ebay: *Waterproof *Extreme winter storage *Multicolor/brightness I've read that the 5050 are the best to use?? Thanks in advance...
CND SuperCrew 04/03/14 10:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Canadian Liquor Prices

Here is a link to SK pricing: Sask Vodka
CND SuperCrew 03/27/14 07:18pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Adding a washer to my Equalizer

Another note, ensure that your TT is sitting level and measure from ground to inside of coupler. Then you can also adjust the height of the ball to 0.5-1" higher on the shank. You may have to flip the shank to accommodate this.
CND SuperCrew 03/24/14 04:41pm Towing
RE: Can you help me crunch numbers? F150, 9600 tow capacity

A 4x2 F150 will have more payload room also, compared to a 4x4. A TT similar to ours will be fine. I pulled it to the OR coast one year with my 03 F150. The only problem was headwinds. Loaded our TT comes in around an estimated 6k
CND SuperCrew 03/24/14 11:26am Towing
RE: Equalizer or Dual Cam.....which is better?

I have 25k kms on our Equal-i-zer in 5 seasons, running every type of road/hi-way/interstate in our travels, never had a problem other then general maint.
CND SuperCrew 03/18/14 10:31pm Towing
RE: PUTC 2014 V6 half ton comparo

Even a F150 w/ the 3.7 should have been incl.
CND SuperCrew 02/26/14 04:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Truck trends one year with ecoboost 14 mpg average

We purchased our 2012 EB in early Oct of 2012, and this is our stats, and see sig for towing mileage: 2012 F150 EB Mileage
CND SuperCrew 02/25/14 07:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Diesel Ram 1500 terrible Payload

I'll stick with my #1700 payload and EB...
CND SuperCrew 02/16/14 09:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Eco Boost Owners - Anyone using a Tow Tune?

5 Star
CND SuperCrew 01/27/14 03:57pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What are you towing with your F150?

This was my 03 and new 08 TT, 8mpg towing... http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk81/buckshot_cnd/Camping/P8220006.jpg
CND SuperCrew 01/15/14 06:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Diesels and cold weather

When I had my 07 Classic Dmax, I always installed the winter front in late fall, I always plugged in the block heater after -15C and used Amsoil 5-40 Diesel oil. Never had a problem through 3 winters, and it gets cold up here.... I don't know enough to speak to your boost problem.
CND SuperCrew 01/15/14 06:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: ford f-150 ecoboost?

I don't doubt the EcoBoost V6 is ok. I understand that it outsells the 5 liter V8 by a significant margin. Thing I don't understand is why ? I have a couple of friends who have 5 liter V8 F 150's...one a '12, the other a '13. Power is similar...although the V6 torque is greater....the V8 has that wonderful V8 exhaust note....the V6...sort of a blaaat. But that's just me... I'm a V8 person I suppose. See if they still like their V8 towing a 6000k+ TT at over 6000' asl.... Thats my reason for the EB....
CND SuperCrew 12/23/13 05:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: ford f-150 ecoboost?

I've had mine for just over a year now and do miss my Dmax when it comes to towing but am not completely disappointed with the ecoboost. We did a 4500km trip this past summer 2013 Vacation route The only problem I encountered was the trany temp hitting 230F on the digital display pulling slowly through CO with an out side temp of 67F, while the gauge was reading norm. I also had some concerns on long down hill grades that only allow 25mph. I had to ride the brakes quite a bit and the engine braking had little to no effect in 1st/2nd gear. It is quite able to pull I find and altitude didn't affect its ability. If I was able to go back, I'm still not sure I would have kept the Dmax for the the 5/52 weeks we pull in a year, especially in winter where we reach -35C frequently with a 7km commute to work one way.....
CND SuperCrew 12/22/13 03:54pm Tow Vehicles
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