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RE: Throttle enhancement

I've never thought my Duramax needed any improvement as it's already pretty quick off the line. Its not just about “off the line”. LML trucks have pretty bad dead pedal in nearly all driving conditions. One of the worst “features” of the truck. I also run a pedal commander on my 2012. While it does help it doesnt completly get rid of the dead pedal.
N-Trouble 01/04/21 09:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: slide out sticks on one side

Ebonics. Get your kid to write it...
N-Trouble 12/28/20 09:50am Tech Issues
RE: Electric Hummer updates on prices, availability, etc.

I believe Hummer is completely sold out for initial year of production. Maybe we will see some of these on the road by 2022. Ramping production should be easy for GM. Love to see how fast GM can go from 10,000 / yr to 300,000 per year “Sold out” of $100 refundable deposits. GM loves to tout they are sold out but how many of those deposits turn into actual sales??
N-Trouble 12/24/20 10:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: 6.6 Chevy gas engine

Is the trans behind the 6.6 an Allison? No, only the Duramax gets the Allison. You wouldnt want to turn that trans with a small block gasser.
N-Trouble 12/13/20 10:17am Tow Vehicles
RE: E rated tire with max psi of 65?

I wouldn't get rid of them. I have the Ridge Grapplers on one of my trucks, not one I use to pull or carry a camper, and they've actually been great tires. I would, however, not air them up so much unloaded. Check your door panel for what the original tires used for pressure and back that down some. 35-40 psi is probably more than enough. The inflation sticker is only applicable if running the size/spec tires the sticker is referencing. Why cant people figure this out? Especially dealers and service centers. Check the freakin sidewall NOT the truck Wider tires (generally 285 and above) will be 65psi max. A wider footprint tire doesnt need as high an air pressure as a narrower tire to support the load. This is nothing new. Been this way for years. Has nothing to do with on/off road.
N-Trouble 12/03/20 10:32am Tow Vehicles
RE: E85 in fuel station?

Yep I'll be running dual tunes on a Can-am X3. E85 for the dunes and 91 octane everywhere else. E85 is good for another 30+ HP with proper tune on a turbo car. I wouldn't bother with E85 on a N/A machine
N-Trouble 11/25/20 10:02am Toy Haulers
E85 in fuel station?

Looking at running an E85 tune on my SxS (for the dunes) and am curious if anyone out there has filled their fuel station for a week or so without issue? Not looking to store long term as I know the issues with E85 and storage. Obviously I can't run the onboard genny with E85 in there but I should be fine for the weekend without having to run it
N-Trouble 11/25/20 09:20am Toy Haulers
RE: Portable Smoker Ideas??

Another vote for the GMG Davey Crocket. Set it and go do your thing. No tending to the smoke all day.
N-Trouble 11/24/20 08:03pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: AC kicks on with furnace while on shore power

Easy peasy thx
N-Trouble 11/09/20 12:51pm Tech Issues
AC kicks on with furnace while on shore power

I cant tell if its blowing cold air or fan is just running. What would cause this?
N-Trouble 11/09/20 11:22am Tech Issues
RE: Shocks F 250 Ranchos or Bilstiens?

Bilsteins are a higher quality shock IMO. They typically outlast the TV.
N-Trouble 11/09/20 09:40am Fifth-Wheels
RE: New 5th wheel hitch.

Get a Andersen. Zero slop/noise. Hang it on the wall in the garage when done.
N-Trouble 11/09/20 09:36am Fifth-Wheels
RE: MaxxAir II Vent Covers - Installation

There’s a saying. You want it done right...”. Easy stuff like that they will throw a kid on and thats what you’ll get. Do it yourself if you want it done right. Probably a 30min job
N-Trouble 10/21/20 04:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Does anyone here remember the Toy Hauler Rallies?

No I camp to get AWAY from people...
N-Trouble 10/20/20 08:33am Toy Haulers
RE: Colors of trucks!

GM went full ****** on white Denali’s. I see about 10 a day. Would make a good get-a-way vehicle
N-Trouble 10/16/20 09:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fifth wheel trailer suspension

You must really love your trailer. Not sure I would invest that much into one that old.
N-Trouble 10/15/20 02:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ford 6L diesel in the news again

I wonder what the plaintiff is driving these days? Brand new PS would be my guess. No props to Ford, but that Kool-aid runs deep with a lot of their customers.
N-Trouble 10/14/20 04:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Best Built 5er?

I joined their facebook page. They are still getting issues with construction just like everybody else. The difference is the customer service seems to be better. Small startups almost always have good customer service. Its when they get big that they cant keep up and it goes to ****.
N-Trouble 10/14/20 04:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: No more Bridgestone Duravis R250 tire?

So it was your right rear (doorside) tire? I have only had two blowouts in 24 and 1/2 years of towing travel trailers and both were the right rear and both were Chinese made tires. Yes right rear curb side. In my experience and having seen friends loose tires that seems to be the most prone spot for blowouts on a dual axle trailer. Also the hardest to see/notice from the drivers seat.
N-Trouble 10/13/20 10:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: No more Bridgestone Duravis R250 tire?

Agree with what your saying. All I can say is one second I was running fine, next second there was a pretty violent tug from the trailer on the truck. Looked out the passenger side mirror and saw chunks of rubber flying. I was running solo so had nobody behind me when it happened. Lonely stretch of HWY 395 just north of Ridgecrest. That is very near BFE! Pretty violent tug was most likely the cap separating from the carcass. If the other sidewall looks the same, that was run flat. Thats what I'm thinking. Other side looks the same. No way a tire goes from looking perfectly fine to that in a couple of seconds. So I guess with nobody behind me on the road the only way I could have avoided this situation would have been with TPMS on the trailer. Spend good money on good tires to avoid this kind of ****, and you can still get screwed.
N-Trouble 10/13/20 10:50am Fifth-Wheels
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