he is towing with his 05 that has a manualI hear great things about that Goerend transmission. Airbags to level yourself and stock E rated tires. I would have to say yes.
Try to pick the flatest route, not sure where in California you are going.
I've never had a single problem with my lifted truck on 35" toyo's hauling our heavy fifth wheel everywhere, or 2 sleds plus a small trailer...If you have agressive or oversize tires, they can cause severe problems on long hauls. strongly suggest standard highway Load range E or F if avalaible.
Load the trailer carefully so as not to overload or insufficent load on truck axle.
Too heavy load equals miserable ride. Too light load and weaving possible.
These are not E rated! That weight will prolly overload the tires. Only other issue would be if the stock clutch is tired.It has BFG all terrains.
No bfg all terrains are E rated. I run them at 75 (rated for 80psi) in the rears while hauling for work.These are not E rated! That weight will prolly overload the tires. Only other issue would be if the stock clutch is tired.
My last bfg a/t were load D. Just sayin.No bfg all terrains are E rated. I run them at 75 (rated for 80psi) in the rears while hauling for work.
If you are coming from TX on I-10 into San Diego that is the longer way. I-8 is a more direct route BUT...it's a hell of a climb over the AZ border into CA.Headed to San Diego on I-10