A good part of stability issues with trailers are due to improper loading of the trailer itself, and it sounds like you're in good shape in that respect. It will be mounted, filled with Nitrogen and Road Force Balanced with a detailed printout and free shipping, of course! I will have testing to back it up, as the truck will see 40,000kms of towing across Canada from next week until the end of the 2013 rally season So, where to begin? Its just a nice smooth application of the trailer brakes. Letters further along in the alphabet represent stronger tires that can sustain higher inflation pressures. Staff Member Shifting into Sixth Gear! Powers up fine, hasn't blowed up yet Looking for updates on the exhaust? Letters further along in the alphabet represent stronger tires that can sustain higher inflation pressures. I'll bore you to death with cylinder pressure, flame front propagation and etc.
Since they are really teenie bags, we went up to 35psi. To that end, sometime this winter preferably before the mountains of Big White are tackled , I'll be installing a comp-cams top end kit onto my truck. Performance Plus Tire are one of the leading rim suppliers with one of the largest inventories and lowest prices on the internet. All our recommended wheels are built to fit your stock vehicle as is, with no modifications and with no problems such as rubbing. The torque converter would stay locked in 4th even when presented with a slight incline.
I am going to do an exhaust, as everyone universally says that it will be a major improvement. Our family friend also ran Amsoil synthetic and filters on it, so you know everything is in peachy keen shape. Fast forward to the beginning of September, and we hauled the new rally car back: The truck handled it quite well. Your sizing suggestions on the headers will really help, as a full exhaust system and I will delete the cats is about the same price as the cam kit. Maybe I will be wrong.
The analysis of alternative tire sizes with the standard wheel total diameter. If your tire pressure warning light is on, check front and rear tires to make sure they are properly inflated. Are you going to be at Tall pines? Nonetheless, quiet with flow should be your priority, and that system looks like an excellent choice. Personally I would get the add a leaf system for the rear rather than the blocks, which helps with rear sag since you're adding a leaf over just stock springs with blocks. They sound good, and flow well also. A load range of C means that the tire has a ply rating of 6.
However, a lot of people use the 12. I suggest that you confirm your Sierra 1500 edition firstly and then use website wheel search funcitons to confirm. Also is it possible to put the tires on the 16' to my original 15' rim and they would fit or no? It is best to check your tire inflation pressure in the morning, after the vehicle has been parked overnight, using a reliable tire pressure gauge. C The mark of C denotes your tire's load range, or ply rating. The full Terms and Conditions of using this website and database can be found.
Zomby Woof wrote: Even a cheap set of headers is better than the stock manifolds. A general recommendation is to use an equalizer hitch when the trailer weighs more than 50% of the tow vehicle's weight. The speakers were chosen because they fit in the factory locations without modifications required. I'm just unsure what size will fit. It sounds like you're not chasing stability issues with your current setup, but it might be something to consider if you ever run into stability issues in the future. I am not very knowledgeable about lift kits, but I have heard lots of stories about u-joint problems when the rear axle wasn't shimmed properly to compensate for the new driveshaft angle, so that's something you should be extra careful with. My truck is a rarity, as it came equipped with 3.
As I posted elsewhere see this thread for a discussion on you can see the start of my machinations. I ignored Frenchy because, well, that's what I do is ignore people. Find another truck like it, stick the tranny in it, rinse and repeat I think my game plan is changing again for the cam idea. Hi, My name is Glenn. Personally I would get the add a leaf system for the rear rather than the blocks, which helps with rear sag since you're adding a leaf over just stock springs with blocks.
The science is great, and I do appreciate it, it's just that at some point the theory stops and reality hits. If legal put a set of duals on it and delete the cats. With two year no questions asked free replacement? I'm not getting a mud tire, just need a happy medium size. It is a cheap build. I'm not looking for a taller tire, just wider. Switch to mode Records 1 to 10 of 100 Page 1 of 10.
A load range of C means that the tire has a ply rating of 6. I had put on it 3 years ago. We just towed 7000 pounds through the rockies 3000kms no problem. No other tire options available for this package at this time. If not legal go to high flow cats. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If you like the wheel Performance Plus Tire you can create any with our exclusive fitment guarantee and get it shipped to your door.
I figure if I am putting 40,000+kms on it per year I expect to do the next two to three national seasons back to back at a minimum , she'll be pretty close to worn out at that point. Edit- Guess I should put down the monies invested eh? No apology required, I just was curious as to why? Last edited by on Oct 29 2013, 1:05pm, edited 1 time in total. Tire load index may not be used independently to determine replacement tire acceptability for load capacity. Thanks Mike, I am currently soaking the manifold bolts in wd40 every night, hoping to do the headers on the long weekend I wanted to be at Tall pines, even just spectating, but it's not going to happen this year The budget to do the whole 2013 season next year dictates I already miss a regional event in Alberta. They sound good, and flow well also. Bought one of the most highly rated brake controllers available, a Tekonsha P3.