If it fits, it ships.Considering a pick-up and a four wheel camper. I see a lot of Tacoma’s and Tundra’s but rarely see domestic pick-ups. Curious as to why this is the case. Are domestic pick-ups not off-road/overland capable? Less after market parts/upgrades?
I prefer olde school one ton solid axles and manual hubs. Only the Ford Super Duty remains that way. Dodge is close with a Yukon free spin kit. But that goof inter-axle disconnect is not my favorite Dodge idea.
I get good reliability in every new Ford/Dodge I buy. But never, ever, if I buy them used. And those two clear 35x12.5" MT tires box stock. 37" tires with any kind of lift. An FWC, Bundutec pop up camper is nothing to a 2500/250.
I break IFS, and GM and Toyota are a bit of work to get more suspension travel and larger tires onto.