Looks like a trailer is in your future. 14k bumper pull for sale in thclubhouse. Dedicated wheeling rigs tend to snowball fast. Especially super wide on tons rigs because they won't fit on a normal trailer... ask me how I know.
Put that lift on! Is it running ok, or still issues with the tank? Southern Armature dipped mine for $200 and did a great job.
Yea I think an 18’ ft would be ideal. These beadlocks that are on it now have a pretty wide offset and mixed with the 1 tons it’s wide. I need to get some factory Chevy/dodge 8 lug wheels with ~5” BS to help the trackwidth and get some more streetable 37-40s.TSL + street = dancing with the devil.
The 40 had TSL/SX's on it when we got it and I
wouldn'tcouldn't go over 30 without fearing for safety of myself and all on the road around me.
A narrower tire would clear the fenders. Most trailers are around 70"-72" between the fenders. If you keep overall width under that, you will be fine. honestly, an 18' car hauler would do you with smaller tires, maybe go for the drive-over fenders and call it a day.
Like they told me when I bought the WarPig. Its a gateway drug. Once you start down the rabbit hole, getting back out is tough.
I'm still looking for some stock rear 60 springs!Red made his debut at wrench day yesterday. About a 30 minute round trip from home and it ran and drove great.
Next step is to work on the suspension and get it leveled out. The rear spring pack is pretty worn out (stock 60 springs).
View attachment 2635055
View attachment 2635056