That is 20% over. How much are you going to tow? A couple times a year to the local lake? Or thousands of miles over the country?
If I was doing more than just a little bit, I would not want to be 20% over for more than just the occasional tow.
Over time, it may tend to crack or over stress the hitch.
Probably the best you can do, to get a somewhat knowledgeable person, is to go to a VERY small, rural dealership, where they deal all the time with pickups. Farmer, rancher, construction. Most cannot do that, but it helps.
We have both gas and diesel. In winter most stations switch from a Type 1 diesel to a Type 2 diesel which is more suited for cold weather use.
Wow. Canada labels diesel the opposite of the US then.
Here, #2 fuel is summer fuel, and #1 is winter fuel. Very confusing. I guess I put the wrong fuel in the last time i went to Regina in the winter. It was -25F, and I used the #1 at the pump. No problem. I should have used the #2?
I think people missed the point of where the WRITTEN rules do not forbid the parking of a boat.
Seems like many, on many issues, want to go here.
I bet there are MANY things that are not allowed, that are not written down.
How about an airplane? A milk cow. A pig. etc. etc. etc.
You can only list the common things. Otherwise, you would have lists of "not allowed" as thick as a bible.
Remember, when seeing a tire that has a 65 mph rating, that is the speed rating, at FULL WT.
IF you run less wt. than the tire is rated for, you can increase the speed. I would wager almost all 17.5 tires in RV use, are well under their rated wt. Thus, you can run faster.
NEVER heard of it. I have a 98, with 350,000 miles, no problem.
I bought a 04 used, now have 215,000 miles, no problem,
I have NEVER heard of this, and I frequent 2 Dodge specific forums, and of course, several RV forums, where a lot of 5.9's are represented.
Wow. I have a 2800 sq ft two story house, built in 1895. We heat with electricity. Live in ND. Total bill, with water heat, lights, etc averages $300 per month, in the dead of winter, WITH us living in it, at 72 deg!
I believe you have a problem somewhere!
that is not even 1/4 of what it takes just to get hot water out of the shower head!"
You need to catch that water! It is clean, drinkable water. Catch it in a pan, while waiting for it to get hot. Then, use that water for other purposes. Wash dishes, etc.
Same at sink. Catch the water, waiting for hot. Or, better, when ready to wash dishes, run cold water into a pan, minimum amount, and heat that on the stove. Now, use that pan to wash dishes.
Remember, you need to use AT LEAST ONE TIME, ALL water. Do not let any go down a drain unused.
The ENGINE needs no special break in.
The driveline should.
However, my RAM 3500 DRW had to be reordered, and it came in the day before we were leaving on a trip with a 19k toy hauler! It was 50 miles home from the dealer. Hooked up to the 5th wheel, and took off the next morning. I made sure to keep it slow, and slow starts. No more than 1/2 throttle at any time.
Have 16k miles on it now, and it seems fine.
If you need to pull right away, just take it easy.
If you pay with a debit card, the merchant has to pay transaction fees to the card issuer. If you hand over some dead presidents, the merchant deposits those on his next bank run and avoids those fees.
10 years ago, that was the answer. Merchant pays the same fees, so no "cash" discount for debit.
Dropping the pressures is hard on your fuel mileage, the trick is finding the best compromise.
Not really. Point is, if using 16" tires, and need 80# to hold the load,then you go to 17.5, you still probably only need about 80# in them to hold the load. NOT the 125# that they are rated for.
Putting 80# in the 17.5 will yield same mpg as 80# in 16", and be a softer ride than running them at 125#. And, at 80#, the 17.5 is a stronger, tougher tire carcass.