Crap spackle, my tires on my factory rims aren't rated high enough for the camper weight. I'm gonna get metal centric rings for my aftermarket rims and try that, super duty guys are doing it with their aftermarket rims, should work fine.
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Yes, Army. That sucks man. I plan on living on post so hopefully I won't have as many problems. I rarely go off post unless I am camping, hunting or fishing.
Oh on post you will have no problems. I lived on the back side of post. Little town called Yelm. Not much public hunting land around there, and when the salmon run you are shoulder to shoulder in the rivers. But it's a beautiful area, specially up Mt. Rainier.
Murf, nothing needed for this 5'r in the winter. It's a four season rig right from the word go.
We always camp with electrical hookup in the winter, although I do have my gennie as a backup just in case. Batteries wouldn't last too long in subzero. Also you would go through a massive amout of LP.
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