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Jimmy is correct for non com operators. It varies state to state for liscense reqs. But as the OP is talking about his business trucks it wouldnt apply as he would be comercial.
 

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Watch out for the RAWR! FWIW,The weight rating on my tires is 3042, single, and 2800 or so, for dual use. I've bought steel dually rims on eBay for $105 and I've seen them for $85.. They were Chinese but very good quality. My 12 dually had 22" Fuels when I bought it ... 3 different rims for a dually! Those were the first SOBs I got rid of!
 
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Yeah.... it’s a safe bet that ole Bezzos is a troll. He/she introduced themselves a few months ago saying they have a Promaster 1500 and they’re hear to learn more. Haha
 
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Cant buy a new vehicle in a few months? If he is running or part of a business its not uncommon practice to add vehicles.
 

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Forgot all about the Promaster 1500.
 

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Only with DRW.
 

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Based on other posts that often include a link to the same site, I'd say a sock puppet or AI bot for that retail online sales site.
 

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I got a delivery business and I need to improve my trucks because it is booming now. I plan to convert my 2 2019 Ram 3500 into dually trucks to improve their capability in carrying heavy loads. By the way, I'm thinking of purchasing this wheel. What are your thoughts about it?
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I have done the conversion with my 2005 Dodge Ram 2500. I absolutely love it. I pull a Keystone Raptor 3912LEV, in short a very long heavy toy hauler. I first pulled it with the SRW, but did not feel safe. Since I changed out to the DRW I feel confident in the weight capability and handling of the the rig. The change out was not very expensive in comparison to a new truck either. 1200 for the axle, 1200 for the install by a reputable transmission shop, and fender extensions from Wallis fenders (very happy with) 400. Dually STEEL rims 500 (remember your looking to increase weight capability). Try to buy a dually today over the cost of your SRW for 3K.
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Swapping the truck over wont be the problem. The issue lives with it being a business vehicles meaning commercial. We are talking a truck that has to be signed off by the Manufacturer and having the stickers in the door changed for the weight. If DOT stops you, you're heavily "attached to another object by an inclined plane, wrapped helically around an axis". Also comes the 26,001lbs CDL A range when licensed since being commercial.

It would be cheaper to simply remove the parts added for company use and buy a couple new duallies. That or look in the used market for a couple 4th gens at a cheaper price.
 

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Cmon guys I hate to say it but we all know for the big weights you need to get a Ford Ranger pull a whopping 15 campers, which combine to weigh a total of 44,093 pounds.

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I bet that dumbass driving the Danger Ranger used to drive for Swift Transportation.
 
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