My short experience with Toyo has not been good. My 2014 Nissan Pathfinder came with them, cut one on road trash, no dealer within 100 miles. The one guy they listed on their web site, was a mechanic shop with a dirt parking lot and he didn't stock any tires.
Finally got Discount Tire to order one (they don't sell them). Drove on the pretend spare for two days.
Point is, where can you get a replacement on the road?
Having my new heavy duty Bilstein's I bought on line. free shipping,
installed Monday, $50 a shock. Also having several other preventive
maintenance jobs done: New serpentine belt, fuel filter, engine and
radiator flushed,replace thermostat, replace any cooling hoses as
needed, and clean mass airflow sensor. Yes it will cost some dollars,
about $1400, all things I use to be able to do. If you want to RV it's
like owning a "boat", "Break out another thousand." LOL
Where did you get the shocks? Sounds like a good price.
Hi to all,
We have a 30 ft Jayco Greyhawk. Does anyone know if Nissan has a car that can be flat towed? Thanks.
Most Nissan's with automatic Trans are CVT (gearless) type. No pumps are manufactured for them.
My murano is FWD and I tow it on a dolly. My Pathfinder is AWD and cannot be towed other than fully on a trailer. The Frontier that I traded for the Pathfinder could only be towed with a driveshaft disconnect even though it had a regular auto Trans.
Standard Trans (if you can find one) would work fine.
I bought a tongue jack with wheel from Northern Tool for $25.. Swivels to store out of the way. Very light duty, rated at 1000 pounds but I wouldn't trust it for more than a couple of hundred. It still makes it very easy to move the dolly around. Jacked up all the way you can pull it by the jack handle at a comfortable walking height.
Actually only paid $12.99 as it Was on sale for $17.99 and had one of their $5 coupons.
I contacted most of the cover manufacturers looking for a "roof only" cover. None offered them.
Seems to me it would be a good seller for people that only need to protect the roof and don't want the hassle of lugging a full cover around.