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RE: Choosing a camper for compatibility (short and long bed)

Lot of really good Truck Camper info here if you have not already found it... Good TC Info
woodhog 04/30/20 06:08am Truck Campers
RE: Ultimate TC Bed?

Thanks for that video, they thought of everything.... Here is another one: They are a smart bunch for sure... Ultimate TC Bed..
woodhog 04/16/20 12:55pm Truck Campers
Ultimate TC Bed?

https://sherptek.com/truckbed Versatile truck bed, only 1" inch higher than stock tin boxes from OEM.
woodhog 04/16/20 07:19am Truck Campers
Buyer beware

Is your TC built like this one? Hope not! One of the best video's I have ssen to show how a lot of our TC's are made...
woodhog 03/21/20 06:38pm Truck Campers
RE: Weights. Am I missing something?

OP (Dean) pse check your private msg's...
woodhog 01/05/20 08:12am Truck Campers
Tires with Kevlar

I am looking for a set of tires for 18" wheels, somewhere around 275/70R18's with at least 3700 pound load index... My main concern is rock damage on gravel roads when loaded off the pavement, I want a strong sidewall and increased puncture protection. The only Kevlar tires I see are Goodyear Wranglers, three types.. Also want them to be good in snow... Anyone have any experience with a Kevlar tire, only thing I know as yet is they are very expensive.. Is the Kevlar worth the extra money??? Thanks
woodhog 01/02/20 07:46am Truck Campers
Overloaded wheel Breakage

OUCH! This was very interesting, now I am glad we got rid of our stock wheels. In our case the 3500 Dodge SRW came with tires rated at about 3000 pounds each, I tried to find out what the wheel rating was, there was no stamp inside the rim, even asked the truck manufacturer, they did not provide the wheel rating either, so went with Rickson 19.5 inch, 5000 pound per wheel. Why are they reducing the weight carrying ability of these trucks with the low rated factory tires and wheels?
woodhog 10/31/19 07:40am Truck Campers
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