After changing the torque plate, turbine housing, installing a turbo boost gauge and pyrometer this same truck held 80 mph. Perhaps there were 2 diff sizes of dually wheel widths offered? Turanza tires are ideal for Dodge drivers who want a smooth driving experience. There are apparently some 8 bolt 19. . The above link shows that the 8R19. Adding to its legacy, this iconic car brand has been steadily building its pioneering lineup of cars. Unless your Dodge is to be used to pull extremely heavy loads and your only going to operate off road or on two lane roads stay away from the 4:10 gear ratio.
I believe that a 8R19. Looking forward to others views! But based on my windshield droplet test, it clearly shows that drag increases dramatically at speed over 59mph. Gear Vender is the only thing I have found that mounts at the back of the trany. First gear might be useable then? I have noticed about a 3mpg differance from 65 to 70-75mph. It has 175k onit and I have no idea what any of the previous tires were. I'd just be concerned about safety. If you're looking for high performance, Potenza tires are designed for speed and provide impressive control, responsiveness, and handling.
I got the truck with these on it, about 20k miles ago. I understand your points and agree with you on the safety concerns. And when the temperature drops and winter driving conditions are at their worst, you'll want Blizzak tires for your Dodge. With 1500kg in the dump body, the duallies are getting reeeeeaaaalll close together at 80psi. I have the parts just have to get them in.
I believe now that 60 at the lowest possible rpm is the best mileage without boost. I don't believe I have ever seen anyone with those on a truck tho? I hear bad things about them. I looked at and found some of the 19. The guys tire chains tore up the shoulders of the outer rears and the fronts have a bit of wear. This directly contradicts what another tire shop told me. With todays engines you don't need low gears to have power on the mountain.
Ihave never had an issue with the tires touching or for that matter the springs squatting. Personally, on any pickup dually or not that was towing, these are the only 2 sizes I would choose to run. I'm beginning to suspect our tire shop may be hosing me on what can and cannot be done. Whichever Dodge model you drive, Bridgestone is the right choice for its tires. With a long stroke in line six-cylinder turbocharged diesel you dont need low gears for pulling. They touch, not even tightening the nuts and off the ground. There are aftermarket wheels available that are slightly wider.
I also seem to recall some people making a spacer plate to fit between the wheels, but I'm not sure how safe that would be. Our rev's are a tad too high on the hiway 2250 rpm at 100kph. Our Ecopia line is designed to enhance fuel economy for your Dodge tires, while delivering all-season performance and a luxury ride. Rather, I may change the pumkins to 3. Possibly going to 315s on some with expected front lock issues. I am unclear, just what tounge weight may be on the truck to load up the tires? In fact the governor is starting to cut the power back. If I was to do it again I would go with another set of 235s because I dont like how close the rear tires are to rubbing each other.
If you want to maximize the capabilities of your Dodge, Bridgestone tires have the technologies to satisfy your needs. It might be interesting to see? If you have pictures with the wheels loaded, I'd be really grateful. Interested to hear what other people think. Thanks for the tip about. I have even run the numbers between swapping the 4.
The perfect rpm for pulling because peak torque is at 1500 rpm. I tuned up a 95 Dodge one ton dualie 5 speed manual, stock settings the truck empty would only pull 68 mph. Tread Depth Rim Width Range Meas. I always load the trailer as balanced and over the main axles as possible. For over a century, Dodge has been a staple of the American automotive industry. With the 3:54 gear ratio at 70 mph is 1800 rpm.