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Old 09-28-2012, 03:22 PM   #741
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For a weekend. Stupid phone. Full of water. I'll post a pic when I can. App keeps crashing.
Lucky you... I wanted to leave too but weather here will be ****ty this weekend so I decided to stay home. Hopefully next weekend will be better because it is the last weekend to camp up here.

Nice setup BTW!
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Old 09-29-2012, 11:15 PM   #742
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Old 09-30-2012, 09:33 AM   #743
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2012 F-150 4x4 pulling a Crossroads Zinger 32QB. This camper pushes the 150 limits as sway is a bit of a problem. I already installed an Air Lift kit but these flimsy P rating tires make handling a challenge.
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:36 AM   #744
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2012 F-150 4x4 pulling a Crossroads Zinger 32QB. This camper pushes the 150 limits as sway is a bit of a problem. I already installed an Air Lift kit but these flimsy P rating tires make handling a challenge.
Yes, LT metric tires, and you would probably appreciate stiffer, HD shocks to go with the Air Lift. I put on Ford's HD Payload shocks, there are others.

Actually the Ford's HD Payload option is probably the best/cheapest way to go when buying new, and you want a half way decent suspension for carrying heavy loads. But it's not available in all configurations.
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Old 09-30-2012, 01:04 PM   #745
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this is one the way home from picking it up, no wd hitch yet towed really well without but I have a reese strait line on the way.
for the weight police:
5515 lbs. dry weight
560 lbs tongue weight

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08 f150xl 5.4flex 3.55 gears
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Old 09-30-2012, 04:29 PM   #746
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I seem to get a "floating" sensation when towing my 32QB. I have chain WD and friction sway bar. What else can I do other than tires? As I mentioned, I already installed the Air Lift kit.
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I seem to get a "floating" sensation when towing my 32QB. I have chain WD and friction sway bar. What else can I do other than tires? As I mentioned, I already installed the Air Lift kit.
A better WDH with built in sway control and tune the setup. I have no sway with my equalizer. I do inflate my tires to 42psi though. Good balance is key. My tongue weight is about 900lbs.
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Cooling down in the mountains at 7,500 feet.

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