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  1. liveaboard74
    06-26-2015 05:03 AM
    I can't stress do everything you want to do as soon as you can,,, enough.
    Lost one of my very close school friends two weeks ago, man he got gone in less than a week from healthy to out of here.
    If it were me, i'd hold and go with what you got first. Sounds like you have it up to par so use it. You can also buy a extended warranty on almost any truck just research the deal and make sure they don't have in's and outs in there about hauling and pulling.
    Just the hell adopt me and I do , do window and fill that thing up. LOL
  2. Afishinado
    06-26-2015 03:42 AM
    Our plan is, as long as we're able, take a long trip (like this one) every other summer. On the summers in between, a less aggressive plan, ie; in 2016 we are thinking park it and spend July in Bryson City, NC, August in the Black Hills of SD, September in Upstate NY, maybe stop in NJ during October... Would be nice to keep the truck for 300k, keep the toy hauler too, but I can afford to upgrade as I see warranted or bag the whole package...
    I have bought everything I think I could reasonably need on the road, and just added a TST tire pressure monitor system. We're headed out to SD, then on to, SanFran, down into AZ, NM, LA on the way back. 3 Months.
    SO do you think I should drop the $, or wait and see if I think I really need to?
  3. Afishinado
    06-26-2015 03:42 AM
    Luke
    Got a question for you... About 2 weeks away from heading out on my cross country trip and suddenly find myself thinking I should have added an exhaust brake to my pick up... Probably over thinking, over cautious but just not high on dropping $2600 into this pickup... Unless I really should. What do you think? Here's some facts;

    Truck 06 Ram 3500 Cummins 4 speed automatic, 185k on it. Been truly gone through several times now and everything is in perfect condition and serviced. Sits in storage 8-9 months a year..
    Trailer is 16,480 total scaled weight loaded, 3200 of it on the pin.. I replaced everything from the axle shaft out, brakes (including vacume plates), bearings, hubs, drums...

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