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    Looks like I can adjust the tpms finally so the rear tires donít have to be at 80 when not towing or hauling


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    It took me a while to find a toy hauler rated for a Jeep. I have a 40+ft trailer pulled by my F350 Duallie.
    It is a Forest River Work and Play. Rated for 9300# cargo. 23 ft garage, 19ft front living quarters.
    I have a '13 JKU Rubicon with 3.5" lift and 37 inch tires. It just fits under the bunk beds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSyndrome View Post
    It took me a while to find a toy hauler rated for a Jeep. I have a 40+ft trailer pulled by my F350 Duallie.
    It is a Forest River Work and Play. Rated for 9300# cargo. 23 ft garage, 19ft front living quarters.
    I have a '13 JKU Rubicon with 3.5" lift and 37 inch tires. It just fits under the bunk beds.

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    this is an awesome set up man!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSyndrome View Post
    It took me a while to find a toy hauler rated for a Jeep. I have a 40+ft trailer pulled by my F350 Duallie.
    It is a Forest River Work and Play. Rated for 9300# cargo. 23 ft garage, 19ft front living quarters.
    I have a '13 JKU Rubicon with 3.5" lift and 37 inch tires. It just fits under the bunk beds.

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    A toy hauler would be sick! Great setup


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    Iím a little disappointed with the Ram build and price options. My son wants to buy my Ram so I was pricing a new one to order. For some dumb reason you canít get the Aisin transmission in a 2500, but the 3500 has leaf springs in the rear and I canít believe it would ride even close to the coils in the 2500. Is there a way anyone knows to get a 2500 with the Aisin trans?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Iím a little disappointed with the Ram build and price options. My son wants to buy my Ram so I was pricing a new one to order. For some dumb reason you canít get the Aisin transmission in a 2500, but the 3500 has leaf springs in the rear and I canít believe it would ride even close to the coils in the 2500. Is there a way anyone knows to get a 2500 with the Aisin trans?


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    Nope. Only in 2500. I believe you just DD yours right? I would just get the 2500.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Nope. Only in 2500. I believe you just DD yours right? I would just get the 2500.


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    Yes I work out of it but donít tow with it. I am considering a gooseneck so I could haul my Jeep on trips was the biggest reason. Can you beef up the trans in a 2500?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Yes I work out of it but donít tow with it. I am considering a gooseneck so I could haul my Jeep on trips was the biggest reason. Can you beef up the trans in a 2500?


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    Whatís wrong with the 2500 trans? Your jeep would be nothing for the truck to tow. Gooseneck would be super overkill for it too (I would prefer to tow with a gooseneck though like you)


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Whatís wrong with the 2500 trans? Your jeep would be nothing for the truck to tow. Gooseneck would be super overkill for it too (I would prefer to tow with a gooseneck though like you)


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    Probably nothing wrong with it, I just thought if the other one was better I would get it! I loved how the Allison I had had a spin on filter and operated but gm has such a retarded def tank location and fill location I wonít buy one. The whole gooseneck thing is once again if it pulls better Iíd rather have it even if it is overkill. Iím just weird


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Probably nothing wrong with it, I just thought if the other one was better I would get it! I loved how the Allison I had had a spin on filter and operated but gm has such a retarded def tank location and fill location I wonít buy one. The whole gooseneck thing is once again if it pulls better Iíd rather have it even if it is overkill. Iím just weird


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    Oh I get the gooseneck. Iím all for them. And agree on the def tank. I just think the extra money for the better trans is overkill unless you tow a lot.


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