I had both, a short and long bed Frontier. The short bed always looked wrong to me and my long bed was great. As far as the Titan goes I prefer the short beds look although I could use the longer version more.TitanTough1 said:The wait is over. Although I think the long bed looks corny. Nissan will have a tough time converting over to a "work" truck.
It has more bling bling so the long bed will be interesting.
At least someone might be able to hook up a 5th wheel. Does the new long beds have the right suspension setup for a 5th wheel?
Well that is what I'm wondering also. I think with the tow power the Titan might be able to handle pulling the weight. Is the long bed able to handle a 5th wheel? Your right -- the F250 is setup with the heavier duty springs and equipment. Could the Titan have a retrofit that would make it work for a small 5th wheel?Just-in said:shouldn't you be looking toward a 3/4 ton or 1 ton truck if you have a 5th wheel?
3/4 T and 1T pickups are made heavier, frames, larger axles, front/rear ends, springs, U-Joints, steering linkages and associated componentsIt's got to be more than brakes, springs and shocks - an HD can weight thousands more than a standard truck.