We are going with a 5x8 with 4' interior height. Will be doing springs over a straight axle, or saying f-it and going with Timbren axle less.
16" OC tube for floors, walls, roof. Lengthened tongue with receiver.
I have a 2m/70cm dual band mobile that has cross band repeater capability (for when i need comms but am away from truck..use the handheld to crossband through the mobile), a couple handheld dual band, and a separate dedicated APRS 2m mobile that bluetooths through a MobilinkD to my phone or...
And recently put a Suncoast torque converter in the 545RFE, as well as a newer version Mopar fluid pump (with upgraded TCC Accumulator valve springs from TransGo and a Sonnax Pressure Spring) , a TransGo HD2 shift kit (including installing the snap ring from the kit in the input drum), and a...
We have settled on a 5 x 8 cargo that we will have built with a 4' interior height. Still deciding on straight axle or saving up for the Timbren axle less. May have the company put a 24" door with RV lock on each side. and then install windows in those.
This has been inspiring for us. thanks !
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And for APRS I decided to go with a simple 2 meter radio (Radio Shack HTX 212 ), had a cable made that connects to a MobilinkD (and...
Android tablets DO NOT need to be cellular capable for GPS to work.
i wish the Apple thing with this inaccurate info would just die. It keeps getting repeated and repeated and repeated. Misinformation is not helpful to people learning, and then the misinformation gets.....repeated....again.
use a tablet, load maps on it. android tablets (and some apple ones, i just dont pay attention to which ones doa nd which ones dont) have gps units in them, and yes they work without cell service. Use an app on he tablet.
Yeah. that is what I am seeing. an additional 500 lbs and at least $600.
I am deciding on a 7 x 12 v nose now, single axle or tandem. Leaning heavily to single, 3500 lb, with brakes and spring it over.
thinking of doing a 7 x 12 with a v nose.
more of an exploring, forest service roads, remote areas, pretty much full time, pulled by an off road capable montero. will use this as a base camp when exploring hard core trails.
trying to decide between single axle vs. tandem.