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RE: New tow vehicle after 3 years of hard work

Very nice
LowRyter 03/29/22 08:18pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Hemi to be replaced by inline six?

So many reasons that don't match the conclusions. Like saying the sun rises in the east and my Accord gets 30mpg. All true stuff but hardly related. To sum it up: Absolute Power is One Thing, Power Curve is Everything.
LowRyter 03/28/22 09:26pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Need New shocks.... opinions please!

I've got Bilsteins on my Corvette and Monroes on my truck. They're just shocks, I've never felt that much difference after replacing shocks. I suppose I just don't wear them out, I just change them after 60k miles when I get the next set of tires or brakes. My Honda struts seem to go forever.
LowRyter 08/31/21 09:36pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Placement of motorcycle for towing

Use the built in tie downs. Strap down a wheel shock in the middle on a rubber mat. Then park the bike in the chock and strap down the bike. Even room for my rollout generator. https://g4.img-dpreview.com/BE09325E11CD4D749B3E9F7D5E6EC479.jpg
LowRyter 08/31/21 09:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: Ramp door patio DIY. Whose done it?

If you want it quick and simple, just use a couple of ratchet straps and prop the tailgate into a patio. Didn't cost you a cent. No modifications, just hook them up. A fellow camper purchased a toy hauler similar to mine. His had a dedicated convertible tailgate with railing and some type of cable system. Total PITB to get all that gingerbread out of the way to get his bike in and out. For me, just hook up a couple of ratchet straps and sit out the lawn chairs. Just don't drink too much and fall off because there is no railing. OTOH, I've only used my ramp for that once. I usually get my outdoor rug, set up my table and grill, the lawn chairs, turn on the stereo, good to go. And I don't worry about falling off my ramp.
LowRyter 08/31/21 08:55pm Toy Haulers
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