Lets see some full size pictures...

swrider

Observer
My full size is still pulling new home build duty. Another load of materials loaded today for the trip tomorrow.

All toilets & faucets, all interior doors, large pellet stove & associated, and the three remaining cabinets.
Hoping to get the kitchen cabinet install finished up this weekend.

This setup rocks. (y)

Previous load... all cabinets



Mid install, just the large island. Had to finish it up for the electrician to finish up, and call for final this week.



Tomorrows load...

who did the flatbed setup, loved to get one on my chevy
 

TwinDuro

Well-known member
Man those tires look like they barely fit!!!
@swrider, they look that way (I will admit, it is a little “stuffed”), but no problemo, lots of clearance. Just 285/75R16s (32.8”) on GMT800 factory wheels (that’s the secret). They don’t rub or contact anywhere under hard steering lock, or during articulation, even when aired down to 15-17psi. I had to test them though, ya know, just to be sure, he he he. Cheers!

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(Stump/log jumping was to avoid out-of-frame contact with trees on tight trails)
 

DOJ1

New member
I like a full size rig, i'll dig up some more photos from other rigs..,really liked this one.. did not like selling it but had to many vehicles , and got crowded with stuff.. on trips..drove it for 10+ years. 6.0 gas, 5 sp manual, detroit locker,milemarker hyd.winch, nice topper, fantastic fan, padded bed rug,108k miles..it had to go to make room for the Banana.. But i would trade both for that dog back..got to set priorities. 👌
 

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Regcabguy

Expedition Leader
I like a full size rig, i'll dig up some more photos from other rigs..,really liked this one.. did not like selling it but had to many vehicles , and got crowded with stuff.. on trips..drove it for 10+ years. 6.0 gas, 5 sp manual, detroit locker,milemarker hyd.winch, nice topper, fantastic fan, padded bed rug,108k miles..it had to go to make room for the Banana.. But i would trade both for that dog back..got to set priorities. 👌
Is that a Forest Service truck? The manual was pretty common with the FS trucks.
 

ripperj

Explorer
I'd get a stouter gauge power cord for less resistance.
The one in the camper is bigger, there is not much load in the pics, just lights. I run the fridge on propane and the battery is full charged.
That cord is actually 12 gauge


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