A Truck Camper like no other

MTVR

Well-known member

(If SN is the real Avi Meyers)
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that unicat is a real beast
Quote:“ Now, with the bruisingly solid Unicats; their smaller cousins, EarthRoamers”

funny seeing an ER referred to as a smaller cousin
That's a cute little truck...
 

IdaSHO

IDACAMPER
I don't see you getting 16's to fit anything with modern disc brakes.

The front rotors/calipers on my "little" 3/4 ton don't even fit within most 17's.
 

Peter_n_Margaret

Adventurer
Toyos, 19.5" 35's are 6500lbs I believe, M608z?
I run 305/70R19.5 Michelin XDE2+ on my OKA and have done so for 16 years and 250,000km. They are good for 3075kg each at 115psi.
A very versatile tyre and a better choice for 19.5s than the other options, in my view.
Cheers,
Peter
OKA196 motorhome
 

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Fatboyz

Observer
I run 305/70R19.5 Michelin XDE2+ on my OKA and have done so for 16 years and 250,000km. They are good for 3075kg each at 115psi.
A very versatile tyre and a better choice for 19.5s than the other options, in my view.
Cheers,
Peter
OKA196 motorhome
Are you running them as super singles? What kind of wheel?
 

Peter_n_Margaret

Adventurer
Are you running them as super singles? What kind of wheel?
Yes. The rims were custom made for us 16 years ago. They are heavy as they have 12mm thick flat disc centres. They are 8 1/4" wide which is Michelin's recommended width although many run them on 7 1/2"rims.
All Terrain Warriors supply the 8 1/4"wide pressed centre ones for Canters and similar vehicles as super singles where front and rear rims are reversed.
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Tyres Front 13psi E.jpg

Cheers,
Peter
OKA196 motorhome
 
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