Hey there guys, I posted another thread in this section a few weeks back, but now the conditions have changed a bit.
Spark notes: First time towing anything in my life. Need to tow a dual ski trailer and 2 waverunners about 500 miles round trip, with some incline/declines (LA to Vegas). Truck has non-TSB springs. No brake controller. Bestop Supertop installed. Truck sits with a bro-lean right now, due to no lift in the rear. Planning a Dakar leaf pack, but I just don't have the money for it right now. Truck has 33"s all around.
Now I'm being told that I'll be carrying most of the cargo for our 30 person/3 day camping trip. This includes 4 passengers riding in the cab, duffle bags, coolers, tents, chairs, wood, ice, beer, food and drinks, the whole 9 yards. I'm guessing the bed will be full to the top of my Bestop. I have a Yakima Cargo rack on top of OEM roof rails that will have wakeboards strapped to it + some light stuff.
The combined weight of everything will likely be close to 5500lbs give or take.
Am I screwed with the non-TSB springs? Should I go with an AAL for this trip from Toytec?
Thanks in advance. I'm a bit nervous about all this abuse on the Taco.