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RE: Pin Box again Moryde vs Trailair

OK we know you have a hitch that has ZERO chucking issues. So that is not part of your issue. As I asked what are your weights and air pressures??? The TrailAir simply will NOT cause chucking.
Cummins12V98 12/07/19 03:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ford F350 6.7

Realistically what is the heaviest RV you will be towing. TT or 5er? If 14k 5er or less stick to a LongBed 350/3500 SRW. Any more the 350/3500 DRW is the ticket! NOT a Ford Diesel guy but follow those numbers and you will be happy!
Cummins12V98 12/07/19 09:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: senior pass

OP your first mistake is reading anything from AARP.
Cummins12V98 12/07/19 09:13am General RVing Issues
RE: Pin Box again Moryde vs Trailair

I see you have a DRW, what is your loaded rear axle weight and what air pressure are you running? Do you have all your loaded axle weights and unloaded weights? If so please post, if not I highly suggest doing so. I have had the TrailAir airbag pin box on my 07.5 DRV at 18-19k. No real chucking issues other than the un avoidable overpass thingy. I even added the TriGlide and I can't say it did much. Also what hitch are you using?
Cummins12V98 12/07/19 09:10am Fifth-Wheels
RE: It is no wonder

I figured the reason there was always only a fraction of a page is because I've blocked all the obnoxious ars-hats that have nothing useful to post and there just isn't much left. :h I won't block anyone.
Cummins12V98 12/06/19 09:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

"That apples to apples comparison probably doesn't sit well with the B&W fan club." Shoot, sounds like us B&W fanboys will love it, since he comments on how well the B&W hitch worked for him. I mean the only reason he gave to get rid of it was it was slightly under rated for his trailer. Quote: "The B&W worked and gave us a good ride." Tough to argue with a good review. I had a 18k Companion in my 2011 RAM DRW towing our 18k Mobile Suites. Then the MS gained weight. At 19k I had ZERO reason to replace the hitch as there is always a Factor built into any rating especially as B&W is VERY conservative on their ratings. I would have never changed out his hitch. Simply look at the B&W he had and the ANDERSEN he replaced it with. Anyone with 1/2 a brain would pick the B&W without knowing the "ratings".
Cummins12V98 12/06/19 09:40am Towing
RE: Required hitch for 6 3/4' bed

LongBed cures all issues.
Cummins12V98 12/05/19 07:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Buying 2019 RAM 3500 DRW - discount expectations?

You should be able to negotiate at least 20% off a 2019 at this point. Remember, that in most states if you own it at the first of the year, you must pay prop tax on it. If you buy it on Jan 2 -- at least in Missouri - you don't pay prop tax on it for that year. So a 2019 83k LongHorn list with 20% off at 66k is that what you are saying??? If so get me that deal I will give you $1,000. I’m waiting..........
Cummins12V98 12/05/19 07:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

I get a "kick" out of people saying a CURT hitch or wrong tire inflation has nothing to do with chucking.
Cummins12V98 12/05/19 12:33pm Towing
RE: Required hitch for 6 3/4' bed

I just traded my 8' long bed truck and bought one with a 6 3/4' bed. Can I use the same hitch or do I need s sliding hitch? I have to ask why go backwards? Also why not ask that question before buying a short bed truck?
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 11:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

FACT, ANDERSEN will give fore and aft movement even with proper torque. FACT, they deflect the lighter gauge beds of modern vehicles with the fore and aft pressures of the 5er.
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 12:08pm Towing
RE: Auto leveling airbag system??? How important is this?

I recently test-drove two 3500 duallies, one without the auto leveling air suspension system, and one with. Though the roads driven were different, between the two test drives, it did seem to me that the one with the air suspension did ride a little bit more softly. Rather than have to, potentially, get involved with adding on aftermarket air systems, I've decided to go with the factory air suspension system. Good call, you will be more than impressed!!! Run 35psi unloaded and what your load dictates when towing. Leave it in aLT Ride Mode ALL the time. Lower entry/exit, great ride and no messing around later with bags or?????
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 09:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Have our trucks got too much power yet?

"I live in a place that has the highest gas prices in North America but relatively cheap electricity. I am seriously considering a PHEV as my next vehicle." YEA but think about all the Salmon you will be killing. Why? the two main salmon rivers are the Skeena and Fraser. They don't now, nor will they ever have dams on them. BC gets about 90% of its power from hydroelectric-from the Columbia and Peace rivers. The BC power from the Columbia doesn't harm any salmon- because the dams downstream in the states take care of that... all joking aside, it's too bad we can't (or won't) develop hydroelectric technology that allows for fish passage. Hydro power is literally solar energy. I have been to the Bonneville Dam in the Columbia Gorge. They have fish ladders for the fish to get around the dam. They do but you really think they all get thru???? NOT hardly. Why do you think the GREENIES that push Electric cars want the Dams removed? They claim the Dams KILL Salmon.
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 09:15am Tow Vehicles
RE: Have our trucks got too much power yet?

"I live in a place that has the highest gas prices in North America but relatively cheap electricity. I am seriously considering a PHEV as my next vehicle." YEA but think about all the Salmon you will be killing. Why? the two main salmon rivers are the Skeena and Fraser. They don't now, nor will they ever have dams on them. Where do you think your power comes from in the NW??? Dams, they KILL Salmon. EVIL Coal, Natural Gas or GOD forbid Nuclear!!! No free ride and they are NOT Clean Green as many want to push.
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 09:11am Tow Vehicles
RE: Buying 2019 RAM 3500 DRW - discount expectations?

you guys that pay almost sticker I laugh at. 65k out the door is a good deal for me if the dealer wants it gone. I,m not paying any more than I have too. worked in auto sales for 6yrs they can come down a whole lot more than you think. this money off invoice is a selling point for them. not the price they really paid for the auto.so go laugh all you want been there paid less. Haha, you're so full of chit! Almost $86k sticker, you say they'll come down 20 grand + TTL and whatever else, so more than $25k off sticker price? (You said out the door, not me) I'm shopping for a new truck. You find me a 30% off MSRP Bighorn megacab 3500, either trans (cause that's what I want), any color but p*ssy pink for 30% off, I'll buy it tomorrow and give you $1000 for your time. Heck, make it $2k and I'm serious. Reminds me of a guy recently towing a MobileSuites with a F350 DRW at 70-75mph claiming 13mpg average. I say "Barbra Streisand"
Cummins12V98 12/04/19 09:04am Tow Vehicles
RE: Buying 2019 RAM 3500 DRW - discount expectations?

That's actually a good price. Counter then with throw in a 7 year a 120k Chrysler MaxCare warranty.
Cummins12V98 12/03/19 08:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Have our trucks got too much power yet?

"I live in a place that has the highest gas prices in North America but relatively cheap electricity. I am seriously considering a PHEV as my next vehicle." YEA but think about all the Salmon you will be killing.
Cummins12V98 12/03/19 08:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

Load RV to full as you would normally do. Fill truck furl and any other items you would place in the truck or bed. Bring wife kids etc. Hit the scales. Weigh front & Rear TV axles then weigh both RV axles, if your RV is nose high for example weigh each axle to see how much extra weight is on the rear RV axle. Get your ticket and let them know you want a re weigh. Go to the far end of the parking area so you don't pizz off the truckers and unhitch the RV. Go back and weigh both of the TV axles. Now you have all the info you need for tire inflation. You will see if you are adding or removing weight from front TV axle. Subtract the unloaded TV rear axle weight from the loaded, that is your pin weight. Add the pin weight to the RV axle weight that is your RV's weight. Determine what percentage the pin weight is of the total RV weight. 20% is a minimum.
Cummins12V98 12/03/19 08:30am Towing
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

I am running the recommended tire pressures according to the sticker in the door jam: 60psi front and 75psi rear cold. LT265/60R20E I have rechecked the torque on hitch bolts and it has not changed since installed. Thanks, but you need to simply look up what that amount of weight the tire supports at that 75psi. That recommendation is based on your RAWR. Until you know your actual loaded weight you have no idea if you are just right or overinflated. I am willing to bet you have WAYYYYY too much air in your rear tires! 35 psi---40 psi---45 psi----50 psi----55 psi----60 psi---65 psi---70 psi---75 psi 1825 lbs 2000 lbs 2175 lbs 2335 lbs 2500 lbs 2660 lbs 2835 lbs 2960 lbs 3110 lbs So do you think your light weight RV could cause your rear axle weight to be 6,220# ??? A trip to your local CAT scales will tell the tale.
Cummins12V98 12/02/19 03:45pm Towing
RE: Chucking....is it the trailer or the truck?

Just keep repeating to yourself - "Wow this tow so much better than a travel trailer" I'll try....but I have to admit that even though this 5th Wheel is a lot nicer rig than my last TT, it doesn't tow nearly as nice as the TT did. You are asking for help, I asked what air pressure you are running in your rear tires??? Tire size would be helpful with load range.
Cummins12V98 12/02/19 11:35am Towing
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