Well today was the day for a quick shake down and system check with my almost a month old 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 TD (12 v) and my 1999 Fleetwood Prowler LS 26H which hasn't been out to play for a few to many to count
But have been working feverishly to scraping and recaulking and I'll wax her up on my next outing north to O Shores at the end of this week.
Any wanted to run some number I had and to hear your thoughts.
Trailer max weight 8300 lbs. had two spare truck tires so plus 225 lbs. and 40gal. of water in
Truck at free stance with dealer installed overloads from previous owner:
Truck Hooked up with DB's and sway also load with fourteen gals. propane and fourty of fresh water (sanitizing with a bleach recipe today)
The differents being 1.5 and it seems to be all in the rear and everything appears level (truck and trailer). I do see a slight lift in the front but it only a .125 well anyway I'm going to leave it and put some more miles on
when heading North. Todays outing was just over 60 miles on rural roads and good stretch of up to 55 mph at 1500 rpm.
One thing I do have to say towing the Prowler with a diesel is a whole lot different then my Ford's with a V10 and a 460.
Anyway what's your thoughts about the heights. oh I using 1200 lbs. springs which I believe it pretty close the only other choice on my shelve is 550's.
This weather out here