There's a loss of acceleration from the bigger tires. Towing the trailer doesn't help. But the trailer is unnoticeable while on level straightaways.
The new suspension holds the trailer tongue without any sag.
So, not too much difference overall in towing.
Part Sixteen [Conclusion]
We headed into Lake City after our hike. We bought ourselves a shower at the same RV park we had visited earlier in the week. We had dinner at a restaurant. The next morning we broke camp and drove the 13 or so hours home.
We had a very big sense of...
Part Fifteen [Descent of Uncompahgre]
Heading down from the top.
Back down to this section. It was just steep and loose. Slow going for sure.
Looking over at Wetterhorn.
Inspecting the scenery on the descent.
Redcloud & Sunshine in the distance (just right of...
Part 14 [Uncompahre Peak]
The next day was reserved to hike Uncompahgre. It's one of my favorite mountains and the reason I made my first trip to the San Juan Range about a decade earlier. We made another early start.
Hiking up the harder sections of the route...
I've seen a cheap tent experience in the Utah wind. Didn't look enjoyable. I was glad I had a quality tent.
I've also seen a cheap tent experience at the Boulder Field "campsite" on Longs Peak at Rocky Mountain Nat'l Park. They might have well just put their sleeping bags into trash sacks with...
Aw, shucks... I bet you say that to all the LJs. :giggle:
If you're asking if you could put a shelf above a platform with tie-down points...
Yes. I think that would be handy to essentially have two shelves in the back. And then you could tie down heavier stuff on the bottom.
My platform is...
I have a plywood platform that I use. It works well by having just the right amount of space for my air compressor, cooler, and Action Packer in the bottom. I can then pack things on the platform. It's awfully handy to be able to put the big heavy things on the bottom, and then be able...