"Here is a picture of us not getting stuck."
This may be the greatest quote I have seen on this site :elkgrin:
"Nice to see another down to earth overlanding rig."
Please keep sharing.
Just read through your entire thread (blown Sunday morning - sorry honey-do-list). These are my favourite kind of build. Thanks for sharing the blow by blow and doing it with real life considerations (aka budget-minded).
Looking forward to the next updates.
I hadn't heard that the Motomaster Total Terrain WT was disco-ed. I have run them on two different trucks over the last 7 winters and have been suitably impressed. They were very inexpensive, handled wet, heavy-snow, southern BC winters with aplomb. Worked very well on both a 4wd crewcab 01 f250...
I think Ford has really read the tea leaves on where trucks are needing to go. Much lighter, smaller, more efficient engines. I think this 2.7 has very sufficient numbers for typcal 1/2 ton use. Frankly, they are equivalent to v8 numbers of only a few years ago. Really looking forward to hearing...
I recommend the f250ld or 7700 suspension and axles upgrade as a very simple, cheap and effective way to more effectively carry a load. I haul an old 8' camper and I have researched those upgrades. All a straight bolt-in. I use a set of Hellwig overload springs and they work well, but are noisy...