2016 Track & Trail 17RTH | Toy Hauler | Travel Trailer
This lightweight short toy hauler is perfect for your weekend getaway.
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This Toy Hauler is perfect for the weekend getaway.
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2017 Track & Trail 24RTH | Toy Hauler | Hula Hoop
This toy hauler is perfect for moving your toys around while having the comforts of home.
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How good is Carlisle's Sport Trail vs. Radial Trail? - Traction News
The LRC tire has a max load of 1760 pounds, while the LRD tire’s max capacity is 2040 pounds at ten MPH. The major difference is that the LH is a bias ply tire while the HD is a radial ply tire. Here’s the spec sheet for the Sport Trail LH and the Radial Trail HD. Max inflation pressure for the LRC tire is 50 PSI, while the LRD tire’s is 65. The Radial Sport HD is rated for a max speed of 81 MPH. One main difference between the bias and radial construction is that the radial tires have higher treadwear ratings than the bias ply tires. No max speed rating is given for the LH. The Radial Trail HD , part numbers 6H04551 and 6H04561, is available in both Load Range C and D. Its mounted diameter is 26. 1 inches and it has a mounted width of 7. 8 inches on a 5. 5-inch wide rim. Technical Information Carlisle’s Sport Trail LH ST205/75D14 , part number 6H01351, is a Load Range C tire with a mounted diameter of 25. 8 inches and a mounted width of 7. 9. Optimal rim width for it is shown as 5. 5 inches. Industry insider says there isn’t much difference between the two Traction News spoke with an industry insider intimately familiar with both the LH and HD trailer tires and he told us that there really isn’t much difference between these two tires. He went further by saying that the radial has steel belts and most people are buying them for use on heavier trailers such as travel trailers , large toy haulers, and livestock trailers. Two of these are the Sport Trail LH and the Radial Trail HD. Both tires are suitable for use on trailers that require “standard” car/light truck tire sizes, but they’re usually used quite differently. Carlisle says the “Sport Trail LH brings an optimized tread pattern for larger bias ply tires (>12 inches rim diameter)” and that’s it. There’s even less said about the HD: “Radial Trail HD is the next generation of high-speed trailer tires. Source: www.tractionnews.com
2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge: How They Towed - PickupTrucks.com
" People need to know how EACH truck performs based on how it is designed. That way, each truck can be compared based on how they respond to the same percentage of weight for which they were designed. you actually tested according to the tow RATINGS. The handling of this LTZ Midnight Edition with the Z71 Off-Road Package was an evenly balanced dance between steering, suspension and brakes. Although that doesn't make the winner of this Challenge the best choice for towing, it should give you a good idea of what stood out to us. Cars. If you do a lot of towing, that difference in fuel economy can add up quickly. In the end, we could probably live with any one of the Big Three tow monsters. The Chevrolet, although not nearly as well appointed as the others, was a towing brute with quick low-end throttle response and acceleration. If, for instance, a truck used more brake applications you can scientifically say that it has been under-engineered for its rating. A key trait of the 6. 7-liter Cummins was how well the two-stage exhaust brake worked to control vehicle speeds. The Nissan's 5. 0-liter just didn't have the muscle compared with the 6. 6- and 6. 7-liter turbo-diesels of the others. We found the suspension nicely damped for such encounters, keeping the truck and trailer feeling stable and smooth. Those driving the upper trim levels of these favored trailer toters are likely upper-tier executives in the building and construction trades, owners of farms and ranches, or they run some other substantial business. These three trucks did that during our Davis Dam runs, with the Silverado clipping 83 mph at the end of our 1. 25-mile test section. The full-on Manual mode made the Ram sound like a big-rig jake brake system any time our foot was off the throttle. Chevy - 14,800lbs x. 67 = 9,916. Ford - 14,700 x. 67 = 9,849. Ram - 13,070 x. 67 = 8,757. Nissan - 11,890 x. 67 = 7,966. Then, and only then, can you accurately measure parameters like acceleration, braking, downshifts, etc. That weight is about the same load a contractor would have when towing a small skid-steer loader or mini-excavator on an equipment trailer. The trailered weight was also a good compromise test of the four trucks. it moved the load along fine on level terrain, had excellent braking, and its all-around visibility and driving comfort were quite conventional for a truck of this size. A proper test would load each truck with exact weight in RATIO to their respective max ratings. Again, you cannot compare these trucks based on power, axles, transmissions, or using a trailer that is the same weight across the board. If you can maintain speeds exceeding 75 mph (or more) pulling 10,000 pounds of trailer up a 6 percent-plus grade, you know there's a boatload of power at your disposal — and likely a little more if needed. The Ford followed closely with 14,700 pounds, and the Ram checked in with a 13,070-pound rating. The Ram 2500 Laramie Longhorn also sported an off-road package (as well as a live front axle), which made it one of the best handling on the twisty sections of highway, where dips and off-camber corners could catch a driver by surprise while towing. Additionally, although the Nissan achieved the best fuel economy when empty (19. 3 mpg), it had the worst fuel consumption when towing, recording just 11. 5 mpg. Maintaining a constant 50 mph on cruise control, their built-in engine exhaust brake and four-wheel braking systems smoothly adjusted without any driver input to hold. But for towing, you need big mirrors, a good exhaust brake, the right gears, maybe a surround-view camera and a good deal of "just-in-case" capacity. The Nissan required one manual tap of the brakes and a transmission downshift to maintain the selected speed, showing it was being taxed more and was less capable of maintaining a speed than the others. As for the Chevrolet, Ford and Ram — what we called the Big Three — they had enough torque on tap to flatten the steepest grades with a trailer in tow. Even with the 3. 92:1 axle ratio (the steepest of our group), the Cummins was quite slow to spool up, and when the power finally did arrive, the 310 horsepower and 555 pounds-feet of torque left the truck feeling underpowered with the 5-ton load. Many of those same pickups can be found hooked to toy haulers or recreational vehicles at camping areas on weekends. It was stable on the twistier bits, it didn't feel the least bit taxed with 10,000 pounds trailing behind it, and everything packed into the King Ranch trim helped the driver relax. "Roll on to any work site where there's trailered equipment and odds are great you'll see three-quarter-ton diesel 4x4s, mostly crew cabs, handling the towing tasks". Roll on to any work site where there's trailered equipment and odds are great you'll see three-quarter-ton diesel 4x4s, mostly crew cabs, handling the towing tasks. The Bad News Driven by itself, without any back-to-back time in the other three trucks, the Nissan powered by the smallest engine of the group — a 5. 0-liter V-8 Cummins — would feel like a nice tow rig. All four trucks handled the trailer without any drama, which is why goosenecks are an excellent choice when towing loads that weigh 10,000 pounds or more. You paired a completely inferior truck in a different class with three trucks that make up the entire "2500" class of HDs. Overview | Track Testing | Towing | Daily Driving | Dynamometer Testing | Results. Part of its superior performance was no doubt because it had the lowest (numerically highest) axle gear of the Big Three at 3. 73:1 when compared to the Ram (3. 42:1) and Ford (3. 55:1). That same gearing, however, put it at a slight disadvantage... Handling While Towing In terms of overall handling while trailering, we found the Ford to feel the most confident and most capable with a heavy load. The Ford was the most relaxing to drive with the most technology, the Chevy's gearing made it the strongest mover up any grade, and the Ram's low-end torque and exhaust brake made it the most controlled. 1 ton trucks are the truck of choice for work especially luxury versions of a truck. GM- 1st-11. 54 6th-2. 39. Ford- 1st-14. 09 6th-2. 38. Ram- 1st-11. 05 6th-2. 15. Nissan- 1st-14. 67 6th-2. 49. So the Ford (with this axle) and GM have the same final drive gearing, and wound up with almost the exact same fuel economy. it was just less than 2,000 pounds shy of the Nissan's maximum gooseneck towing capacity of 11,890 pounds and about two-thirds of the capacity for the heaviest hauler in the group, the Chevy with a max rating of 14,800 pounds. For our 2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge, we had a diverse mix of trim levels and price tags, but each of the competitors were high-end, crew-cab diesel 4x4s. The 2017 Nissan Titan XD Platinum Reserve held down the low end of the price... Each of the four trucks was hooked to identical gooseneck-style, hydraulic-dump Load Trail trailers carrying five 1,100-pound industrial-size bags of sand that brought the trailered load weight to an even 10,000 pounds. Source: news.pickuptrucks.com
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From I-5 to the countryside, firefighters had a busy Fourth of July in Douglas County07/06/17 ,via KPIC News
"Fire crews arrived on scene and found a toy hauler trailer completely involved in fire with a small grass fire starting in the adjacent wildland fuels," DFPA said in a statement. " Firefighters from DFPA worked on suppressing the grass fire while
2017 3/4-Ton Premium Truck Challenge: How They Towed05/01/17 ,via PickupTrucks.com
Roll on to any work site where there's trailered equipment and odds are great you'll see three-quarter-ton diesel 4x4s, mostly crew cabs, handling the towing tasks. Many of those same pickups can be found hooked to toy haulers or recreational vehicles
First Drive: 2017 Ram Power Wagon03/15/17 ,via Automobile
Maximum payload is limited to 1,510 pounds while towing capacity drops to 10,030 pounds — still more than plenty for a pair of dirt bikes in the bed and a toy hauler on the hitch. In the middle of each axle is an electronically locking differential
Calera, Alabama has become an RV shopping destination03/24/17 ,via AL.com
Thinking about buying an RV or upgrading the one you have? The Shelby County town of Calera, Alabama is the place to start your search. In the last three years, major players in the RV industry have opened dealerships along two exits on I-65, all
Rolling out with history07/02/17 ,via News Dispatch
World War II. These were mainly personnel carriers and haulers, and crawled all over North Africa helping General Patton defeat Rommel on that front, helping seal an Allied victory in the European theater. Mansfield, 71, has been showing up to
My Side of the MountainPenguin. 2017. ISBN: 9780141312422,0141312424. 177 pages.
A young boy relates his adventures during the year he spends living alone in the Catskill Mountains including his struggle for survival, his dependence on nature, his animal friends, and his ultimate realization that he needs human companionship.
ATV Trails GuideFuntreks Incorporated. 2007. ISBN: 0966497694,9780966497694. 168 pages.
Precise directions, custom maps and stunning color photos guide you to and through the best ATV trails in central Colorado.
The EnduranceKnopf. 2008. ISBN: 9780307555946,0307555941. 224 pages.
In August 1914, days before the outbreak of the First World War, the renowned explorer Ernest Shackleton and a crew of twenty-seven set sail for the South Atlantic in pursuit of the last unclaimed prize in the history of exploration: the first crossing on foot of the Antarctic continent. Weaving a treacherous path through the freezing Weddell Sea, they had come within eighty-five miles of their destination when their ship, Endurance, was trapped fast in the ice pack. Soon the ship was crushed...