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ridesolo

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Just picked up this 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 Z-71 Quad Cab with just a tick over 84k miles on it today. Well kept and pretty clean, sans a few surface scratches.
Nice, brother! That'll pul your trailers very well!
 

irk miller

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It’s not a pretty truck, but I got an HF hitch carrier and air assist shocks for toting dirt bikes.

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teazer

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Astro-Safari vans are amazing vehicles. Not sexy but so capable of pulling a trailer or pull the seats and slip the bike inside. I miss ours. It was basically stock with 245,000 when it died. Love that raised, big tire look
 

SONICJK

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It’s not a pretty truck, but I got an HF hitch carrier and air assist shocks for toting dirt bikes.

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Ferdinand coming along nicely! Do you add air to those shocks to raise the rear or are they always stiffer?

From experience: if you put your biggest bike on it and then slide it in as far as you can in the receiver and drill a new hole for the pin it will ride better. The closer you can get that weight to the axle the better.
 

irk miller

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Ferdinand coming along nicely! Do you add air to those shocks to raise the rear or are they always stiffer?

From experience: if you put your biggest bike on it and then slide it in as far as you can in the receiver and drill a new hole for the pin it will ride better. The closer you can get that weight to the axle the better.
These shocks require a minimum 20psi to keep the bellows in good shape, but they’re a gas shock with the added bellows. They take up to 150psi which Monroe claims will maintain ride height up to 1100lbs additional weight.

Good call on drilling the extra hole. I’ve done that on a cargo carrier, but didn’t think to do it here.
 

Mr.E

Got to keep the loonies on the path...
On a semi related note, how do you like the J10? I want one

I love it. Hauls anything I fit in it. Drags anything I hitch to it. Doesn't get anywhere fast, but it always gets there. Turning radius will shame about anything new on the road. I've got the 258 with 3sp
 

Rider52

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I love it. Hauls anything I fit in it. Drags anything I hitch to it. Doesn't get anywhere fast, but it always gets there. Turning radius will shame about anything new on the road. I've got the 258 with 3sp
A friend of mine has a J10 and it is a great truck. I'd like to have one!
 

Matnetik

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I just got these Kuryakyn by Kellermann Atto Turn Signals and they are the smallest but brightest little things I have ever seen! Super stoked on them. They act as signals, running lights and brake lights, I gotta post a video, these things are so bright
 

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Jimbonaut

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Ok, I thought, bright little turn signal. Then I saw the scale photo next to a keyboard key and damn, that's really little. And bright. I like these.
 

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