Care to elaborate on the Timberin’s?2014 Ford F-150 373 rear 5 liter -2 additional rear leafs with timbrens not in use anymore
Palomino 2150lb wet , inside reconfigured with cassette toilet and lower couch fouton . Don’t usually pop top up when I’m on my own .
Main purpose is for mountain bike / fat bike trips throughout North America
Been out a few 100 nights .
HAF, What engine is in your F-550? Is it a 6.2 or the new 7.3? I’m curious as I have an F-350 with a 6.2 and am constantly surprised with the amount of available power and drivability of it. I honestly didn’t realize Ford would even offer a gas in a truck that large. I’m done with the modern diesels. Way too expensive all the way around and new gas engines make a lot more power than they used to. Add longevity (as in a few hundred thousand miles of expected engine life) and diesels are loosing some footing with guys like me. Fuel economy is the biggest problem with gas. However, modern diesels that haven’t been “altered” don’t get the great mileage they once did. Add the extra cost of their fuel....another nail in the coffin.F550 gas. Ricksons with M608 tires. The camper is suited for super cold climate.
All you need now is some AZ pinstripes.Ordered up an AT Overland Atlas Camper for my 1st Gen Tundra. I drove down to Prescott last weekend for the install and spent a night out on the way back. So far super impressed with the construction and attention to detail.
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Timbren work great with the extra weight on the smooth highway as an additional suspension item , but as its the main rear axel resting on the Timbren and then the frame of the truck .... once off road the ride is very jarring especially going through pot holes ,rough gravel roads etc.Care to elaborate on the Timberin’s?