If my Tundra got me by for 6.5 years I'm sure I'll find a way to make it work if I have to lighten up just a little. I had to drop 1 ton off my loads from my 3/4 ton trucks but its well worth the comfort and efficiency. Loads are no more than average 30 miles. And since they only happen around 20-25 times a year I can make 2 trips i necessary.Yes, but will it pull that trailer loaded with stones at 65 MPH up an 80 degree incline?
I'm being snarky about another post. I AM interested in how it does in the real world with a real workload. Thanks
I think I might be more worried about the trip DOWN. Although the MPG would be great, stopping might be an issue.Rhombus is rightly reporting about some attitudes toward towing. Only thing is many want to pull 10,000 lbs at 60 mph to an altitude of 21,000 ft. over 40 miles. At the top they expect to run straight down and then go back up again and again and ...
You tow loaded and give us an unbiased report. Wonderful.