Discussion in 'Tow Rigs and Trailers' started by BigSouth, Jun 1, 2018.
Sounds like I need to go talk to a smarter DMV officer.
As my husband said your a non commercial truck,under 26K, His complaint is RVs, you can go an buy a bus RV with a car or trailer with no CDL or training. He has pulled doubles out of FL to NC with no problem. 3500 Dodge with 20' trailer flat towing a SJ Jeep.He had a a class A up to his accident when he lost his arm. Try leaning non commercial rules unless its a business.?
Just about every truck I've ridden in that has them....rides like poo. That is all.
I know several people that have run 19.5's on single wheel trucks to up capacity. Its real popular with the slide in truck camper crowd. I also know @gavan had them on his excursion pulling a trailer very similar to yours....
The best deal I've found was these wheels
19.5x7.5 Black Wheel Vision Hauler Single 8x6.5 886821117628 | eBay
One thing I know about 19.5 tires is you have to spend some money on them to get good ones. Cheap Chinese tires have major problems balancing.
I don't think I could go back to a single wheel truck either. Having a dually has spoiled me personally.
My F550 has 19.5s. Fairly quiet on the highway, rides well once you get some weight in it.
Going to move up to 245s from 225s. Only downside to 19.5s in my point of view is the cost per tire. Random site from the net, those Contis are $365 a tire.
245/70R19.5 Continental Scandinavia HD3 Commercial Truck Tire (16 Ply)