Even loaded down with camping gear for five people, a full kitchen, and 5 kayaks, this trailer does not have enough weight on it to fully take advantage of the springs. I have to air down, or even my wimpy little 2.9 Bronco will turn that trailer into a kite.
This was my great grandfathers TO20. Not the same as an 8N, but close. Works good as an overgrown lawn mower, driveway grader, and for moving heavy-ish stuff with the boom pole. Also lots of fun for general backroads prowling.
“Truths” I’ve read here:
* You can’t run 33’s on a 7.5
*You can’t run 33’s on a Dana 28.
All these rigs are on stock axles, running 33-35” tires. Everything you read here says not to. Ive talked to guys running 7.5/D28 under 302 and 351’s. It’s all in how you drive it. Be gentle. I really...