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RE: 2022 Toyota Tundra Reveal

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines! 3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed. Enjoy... Link Link 2 Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised. That’s a little optimistic dontcha think? Come on Grit, optimism is a good thing.:W
Geo*Boy 09/21/21 08:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2022 Toyota Tundra Reveal

Here's the Toyota Tundra reveal. No more V8 engines! 3.5 Twin Turbo and a 3.5 Twin Turbo hybrid both backed by a 10 speed. Enjoy... Link Link 2 Ford, GM and Ram better pay attention, the bar has been raised.
Geo*Boy 09/20/21 07:20am Tow Vehicles
RE: Quality of new Arctic Fox TC

Great news. Your setup is very much like ours, I added a Roadmaster sway bar and it handles very nicely. Enjoy your AF990.
Geo*Boy 09/15/21 07:59am Truck Campers
RE: Hmm... another use for Tork-Lift?

Are you kidding, that truck gets into an accident and those rebar become flying projectiles. Yeah, your right whats the real danger?:S While this statement is true, IMHO, it is made by somebody that does not pay a lot of attention to the way things are normally done. Sure, pickup hits something, that rebar keeps moving. But it will be hitting the ground probably before the back is clear of front rack. Most likely any damage done will be to tires or feet/ankles. Not Good. Now let's look at the same impact, same bundle of bar, loaded in the normal manner, a rack over bed and cab. The bar is launched at at the same speed, but starting at over 6 feet in the air. With the same drop rate it can skip off the roof of the car the truck hit, off the deck lid of the car stopped in front, and into that car's passenger compartment. But it must go much farther before it hits anybody in the ankles. I think even worse. Looks like it needs a “Wide Load” sign to me. :):) Not unless eight and half feet. I worked for a rebar fabricator and hauled quite a few loads of rebar. I know how to secure various sizes of rebar and I would have been fired, and rightfully so, if I hauled rebar like that. It’s flat out dangerous.
Geo*Boy 09/15/21 07:51am Truck Campers
RE: Arctic fox 990 rocking back and forth

Put Bilsteins on it .
Geo*Boy 09/15/21 07:45am Truck Campers
RE: Hmm... another use for Tork-Lift?

Yeah, that looks REAL safe! What is the real danger, compared to what most small contractors do? If it was me, I would probably put a strap in center to reduce sag, but not likely to cause harm. Are you kidding, that truck gets into an accident and those rebar become flying projectiles. Yeah, your right whats the real danger?:S
Geo*Boy 09/14/21 07:35pm Truck Campers
RE: Hmm... another use for Tork-Lift?

https://i.imgur.com/JX4TL3bl.jpg Yeah, that looks REAL safe!
Geo*Boy 09/14/21 01:47pm Truck Campers
RE: Kingstar Camino 88 - Any Input

Agreed they just seem really pricey for a wood framed camper when equipped with all the features one would want. I want to like them more than either a Northern Lite/BigFoot type camper but they are really close in price and they have proven construction with the fiberglass shells. Northern Lite/Bigfoot have had their share of issues/failures.
Geo*Boy 09/13/21 05:13pm Truck Campers
RE: Kingstar Camino 88 - Any Input

Looked at the website and that appears to ba a nice line of campers with some nice features.
Geo*Boy 09/13/21 08:07am Truck Campers
RE: Quality of new Arctic Fox TC

Our 2016 AF 990 is a very nice camper, does everything we want.
Geo*Boy 09/12/21 08:12pm Truck Campers
RE: 2022 Chevy Silverado Reveal

GM just seems challenged to design to front of a truck. The front of my new 2021 F150 XLT Sport looks 10 times better than this new squinting Chevy! https://i.imgur.com/OOWeSnjl.jpg Opinions are like ……., everybody has one.:R
Geo*Boy 09/10/21 07:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: WILL IT WORK

Long bed camper on a short bed truck and the weight of the camper is a BAD combination.
Geo*Boy 09/10/21 07:12am Truck Campers
RE: Tonneau covers that don’t leak

I have a Lomax, hard, trifold, doesn’t leak, cost a lot, worth it to me. YOMV Unfortunately Lorax only offers a short bed model for GM HD trucks.
Geo*Boy 09/06/21 02:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Need New shocks.... opinions please!

Bilsteins
Geo*Boy 09/06/21 07:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Don't overpay for a basic WD hitch

More junk from China!
Geo*Boy 09/02/21 07:20am Towing
RE: How fast do you drive with camper on? .

If it’s a 4 or more lane highway/interstate the left lane is for passing and no one should be in that lane unless your are passing another vehicle, period.
Geo*Boy 08/30/21 08:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Does the Color of an HD Pickup Make a Difference?

Get the silver, it’s pretty neutral and doesn’t show the dirt as much.
Geo*Boy 08/29/21 05:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Do pass-through windows leak?

My AF 990 leaks due to the fact that the window is a slider and leaks at the joint where the slide is. My 06 Northstar Arrow 8.5 had a pass through but the window doesn’t slide, it is one piece and totally removed.
Geo*Boy 08/25/21 12:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Silverado 2500 shocks

Bilstein 4600’s.
Geo*Boy 08/23/21 08:04am Tow Vehicles
RE: StrangeThings

I wish they would install roving STOP SIGN cameras. When did the word STOP take on a new meaning, just yield? I was always taught the STOP means to come to a complete STOP, then you go. Most people treat stop signs as if they are a yield, and just roll on thru.
Geo*Boy 08/19/21 06:31pm Around the Campfire
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