It is quite common to have relief tubes on aircraft, so just tell everyone you are an ex-F15 fight jockey and it is the only way you can relieve yourself now. :rolleyes:
The Ford/Chevy version
The RAM version
From drive 'slow' trucks (Fuso FG and Mercedes 1017), if you can maintain or be slightly faster than the semi-truck (class 8) traffic, both on the flats and the hills, life is good. On freeways, you just fall into the 'Elefantenmarsch' (German term for a long line of trucks). And 55 mph is fine...
With super singles like this one has (I also had an '02 with 37s), 55mph is the happy relaxed cruising speed, which returns good gas mileage. 62 mph is doable, with 65 mph in general max. I've been to 70 mph downhill trying to pick up speed for the next hill, and it is 'uncomfortable' IMO. That...
That is quite the head start for someone with the super singles and subframe already completed. And certainly a good price with those items. I'd wish you good luck with your sale, but this will probably be sold within a week. (y)
Nice, it has "5.9 Cummings Turbo Diesel And A Allison Automatic",
BUT "Unfortunately There Is Some Damage On The Passenger Side" so as the seller I will only post photos of the front, back and driver's side in my Craigslist ad. 🤬
and "There Is A Huge Amount Of High-Performance...
"The combined effects of ultra-violet light (UV)-induced DNA damage, thermal inactivation, and photo-oxidative destruction inactivate disease-causing organisms."
The CDC is focused on "proven treatment options are widely implemented in many...
Maybe I misunderstand, but sticking with Dodge (this thread's brand),
the Power Wagon comes stock with 4.10 gears and both the Laramie and Big Horn have 4.10s as a $145 option
From the Build a Ram website
Laramie and Big Horn
And Nitro Gears sells everything up to a 5.13
There are many reasons why all the European spare no expense Overland/expo builders like Unicat, Bliss, etc use super single on their trucks. And remember they have very strict oversight from the TÜV (Technischer Überwachungsverein). The same reasons that EarthRoamer, EarthCruiser, etc in the US...
(1) Even the US military 'switched' to super singles on all of their trucks quite a while ago.
(2) While certainly 'run-flats' and 'bead-locks' can be used with single-piece rims (if designed for that application), you can see from the photos below that the two-piece rim (bolted together-why...
Those 12.00R20 are rated at 8,230 lbs each, so 33,000 lbs for just the rear axle with 'dually'. What is the rig that needs that?
Is there any way to run a 20" dually rear configuration
My experience is limited to MB LKW trucks, but 99% (Joe's is the only one I know of that had uber-kühl...
The bead profile of the MPTs, XZLs, etc is not compatible with 'consumer rims'. Some people have had the rims machined to get the profile to match (successfully???).
The 2 piece 'military rims' can have beadlock inserts or runflat inserts, but neither is 'required'.
Be advised that most of the...
"M" soft side
"K" hard side