Jump to content


Gold Member
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

69 Unskilled

Personal Information

  • Location
    Malibu, CA

Recent Profile Visitors

548 profile views
  1. Ah I see. Good fix. How did you attach it? I'm guessing a sandwich with the oak as you mentioned earlier.
  2. I'm not seeing the pix of that. There's a slight glitch in mine in that area that I need to look into.
  3. The one I just picked up is a BF 1990. I like the build quality so far. Needs a bit of love and attention, but she's solid overall. Only weighs 1800#
  4. That might be doable! @JAG1 what kind of camper do you have? This one is 1990 Bigfoot. Needs a bit of love, but she's solid and everything works. Interior is super clean!
  5. Sounds fun. What part of he Eastern Sierras?
  6. Out in the middle of nowhere this morning.
  7. You never know where this winding road is going to take you.
  8. Makes me wonder who ties these folks shoes up in the morning...
  9. That's what I refer to as as having "more money than brains." And as for the youth? Well, youth is waisted on the young. LOL
  10. LOL I think you're right about it. I looked up "Field Service Manual" or FSM and came up with Factory Service Manual. I just ordered the CD off ebay so I'll have that sometime soon.
  11. Kicken' thanks!!! What does the FSM say about the front wheels?
  12. I'm nerdy but apparently not nerdy enough. Can you kindly tell me what FSM, SRW and DRW stand for? :-)
  13. I may do that even though the wheel manufacturer siad it’s fine. I’ll be going down a lot of dirt roads with an 1800# camper on top. It it were just going to be on pavement, I probably wouldn’t bother. The wheel mfg said to follow the Dodge torque settings in the manual for the truck. With the 1/2" studs it should be #90-110. However what I know from street/track cars is that you add 10# for aluminum wheels over steel. So steel wheels get 90 and aluminum wheels get 100 on street cars. So I may go 120# I've sent the question to Rickson to see what they have to say about it.
  14. Rickson said they are forged so that's a solid 100% Th weights are interior now. It's a great point your raise for the future, thanks for that.