I'm looking for an all terrain truck tire for my stock Dodge RAM 3500 MegaCab 4WD DRW. I have these crappy china tires on it now that came with the truck that are vibrating and I'm also looking for something with a little bit more off road capability as just on the flat I need to put it in 4WD or they spin.
* The truck is mostly used for towing with occasionally throwing in a mountain bike to hit the trails locally
* We're lucky if we do 3k-5k a year, so tread life is not a priority, and I'd rather have a better ride and traction
* We're probably 80% highway and 20% dirt. We typically are parking in the desert or mountains like Jawbone Canyon, Spangler Hills and Mammoth (national forest area)
* Tire noise and ride quality is important although I'm willing to sacrifice a little for some off road capabilities.
* Needs to be E-rated
I'm considering the following right now (in order of choice):
* Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor: Seems like a good balance at the moment and reasonably quiet and is what I'm currently leaning towards
* Michelin LTX A/T2: My 2nd choice to the Goodyear although seems more road orientated
* Bridgestone Duravis M700 HD: Don't know much about it, seems similar to the Michelin and Goodyear
* Firestone Transforce A/T: Seems a little too road orientated?
* BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A: Seemed promising, but feedback seems to be they're noisy
* Nitto Terra Grappler: Seems a little more aggressive and perhaps noisier than I'd want?
I am looking for a toyhauler for my new Polaris RZR. I only need room for two to sleep.
What is your opinion on having a separate garage or not?
We were debating a garage or not, and the wife insisted on the garage (I was trying to convince her on not). In the end I'm glad she did as I'm really happy having a garage to pull things in and have it be separate. My only issue is I went with a "28 foot" trailer (30 actual) and had wish I just had gone larger to "32 foot" or "34 foot" as the length isn't that much of an issue in the end.
I'm trying to sort out a stolen fuel pump on my XLR 27HFS. It seems like it would be pretty straight forward to wire up a GFI from Lowes (other than figuring a way to mount it).
1) Take the cut line from the tank (the one near the fill line) connect it to the intake of the pump
2) From the pump run the handle to the cabinet
3) Take the cut wires and wire it up
What's throwing me off is that the evap canister also has a hose cut. The one labeled "Intake" is cut (and wherever it goes is missing). What was this for, and where should it go? Did they just cut the wrong hose? The ones labeled genset and tank are still intact. Should I care?