It's like asking a magic genie to give you a ten foot tool, at first you want to show it off and everyone says oooo and ahh.... but then you discover it's too big to actually use where it counts so you're just left putting pictures of it on the internet while the guys with the regular sized equipment go have fun
Tires showed up but due to being rather close to wildfire evac area I haven’t had time to put them on .
so far super impressed the sidewalls are nice and thick with some extra “tread” on the sides and the tread pattern is nicer than the pictures made it seem . Hopefully get them mounted up sometime next week.
Aired down the tires to 20psi and did Yankee Hill at St. Mary's Glacier last week. Truck did awesome. You never get a pic from the most intense section but that's how it goes. Little bit of flex for ya
Definitely !! Full size is the 150/250/350 Series. 1500/2500/3500.
What clouds the issue are the 450/550 and up truck sizes which are super sized rigs.
They fall someplace in no mans land, not quite a 600 or 6500, but definitely no longer a pickup.. altho they are just as easy to drive and luxurious as a pickup, but nothing like the older medium trucks which were all pure commercial work trucks.