New Expedition Camper - Overland Explorer

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ahhhh the 3000 dollar question. In general driving it feels fine. I have not towed with it yet. It has a 6-speed transmission and of course diesels are torquy. Still going up a small incline in low range it bogged down and it wouldn't spin the tires in loose sand. IN LOW RANGE. I am thinking it needs to be re-geared.

Quick feedback is that it's critical to get the torque right on the track bar. Also the tires give a much better ride on the washboards.


Well that was one of the goals. I have been playing with psi on my toyos. 50 seems to soften the dirt roads nice but you have to get back to 100 when you find pavement.


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Anyone know of a rear axle, for single wheels, I can purchase that would match the front for width?
That's that's going to be rated for your weight..... Aren't the buckstop same width front and rear?

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are you still loving the supersingle upgrade? i just did 600 miles in the dirt with little issues on the toyo's but the soft sand is still a concern, all that weight and those little front tires want to dig in.