So I promised my wife it'd stay stock, but we all know how that goes.
It's a 2013 F350 CC/LB, 6.7 Powerstroke, tuned/deleted, leveling kit, 20x10 Fuel Coupler's on Toyo's, AMP steps, MPD 364 non-vgt, EZ Lynk tuner, and CCV re-route. Truck has 84k now, had 46k when it lost weight. Runs incredible now.
Over time I note that the oil pressure on my Ram 1500 5.9L engine has been dropping. Even at highway speeds it rarely reads above 40psi on the OEM gauge. He's a shot at idle. When do I need to consider that it has gotten too low and needs a new oil pump?
I'm about to order a set of Toyo Open Country R/T's in a 33x12.50r20. I just noticed that they have a load rating of 2, 600 at 65psi. Is that going to cause my any problems with towing my 26ft toy hauler? I could go with the 295/55r20 with a load rating of 3,415 at 80psi but they have a tread depth of 16.4 vs 18.9. Thanks for the help!
:rotfl: Dang...it's been a long time since I've been on here! I don't recognize anyone anymore! Who's still here from way back when? :bigthumb:
3" Thuren suspension with 37 12.5 20 Nitto Ridge grapplers on Monstir Mayhem 20 x 8.25 rims.
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