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RE: Question about tire pressure

The tire inflation chart should work for the nittos since it goes by the load index. Find your tire size and load index in the chart and go from there. For reference I run 37x12.5r18 Falken tires on Method wheels rated at 4,500 lbs. the tires are rated for 4000 lbs at 65 psi. I am 5000 lbs on the front and 6,800 on the rear
DieselBurps 08/28/19 12:19pm Truck Campers
RE: Time to install tires on my truck camper setup

So far I like the Falken at3/w's they are snow peak 'certified' I went with 37's but I also did not lift it either to maintain factory geometry. The tires are rated for 4000 lbs at 65 psi. With the right wheels, you don't need a lift for 35" tires, proof since I am running 37's. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1B2rNNz4vabWTDuZiDLNQ2Sz57iA7H8Jd
DieselBurps 08/24/19 06:11am Truck Campers
RE: Timbren vs. Sumo Springs

2018 ram cab and chassis
DieselBurps 08/21/19 06:18pm Truck Campers
RE: Timbren vs. Sumo Springs

Spoke with Timbren, they recommend th single convoluted because the double convoluted could 'flip over' on itself. Now I am really confused because it seems most here have the double convoluted. This is going on a Ram 3500 cab and chassis by the way total camper weight is around 3,500 lbs loaded up.
DieselBurps 08/20/19 07:57am Truck Campers
RE: Timbren vs. Sumo Springs

What is the "double" convoluted Timbrens? Looking at the website it looks like there are two options, one of the Timbrens appears to be taller. Still can't make up my mind which way to go.
DieselBurps 08/16/19 03:27pm Truck Campers
Timbren vs. Sumo Springs

Trying to decide between the two. Right now, I can get by without either but figured I would add either of the two for increased stability. My sag is not that bad, an extra half inch would be nice though. My sense is that the main difference between the two is the Sumo Springs appear to have more "travel"? Meaning they can compress farther than the Timbrens. I feel like in my situation the Sumo Springs might work better since I don't need a lot of support, just a little, and the extra travel might equate to a little better ride loaded since the Sumo Springs can compress more. I could be totally wrong about all this. So what is everyones opinion of the SumoSpring vs Timbrens??
DieselBurps 08/15/19 06:02am Truck Campers
RE: Overland camper

The earthroamer is not going to be any more 'offroad' then what you have. They are too big, no locking diff, etc. For how expensive they are, they still have those crappy dometic windows, and a cassette toilet.
DieselBurps 07/31/19 05:00pm Truck Campers
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