How to make your Astro look tiny

How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Coaster [OP] » April 11th 2015, 5:07pm

buy a normal 6x10 trailer. man my van looks like a hotwheel in front of this thing!! pulled it 260 miles home yesterday. got considerabky horrid mileage compared to the 5x10 short trailer i pulled 1200 miles last year, that one didnt stick up over the roof of the astro but my new on sticks up over quite a bit. i suspect that height is killing my mileage.

i got 19mpg for 260 miles on the trip to pick up the trailer.

i got 9 on the way back, although the wind was severe. with the 5x10 tandem shorty i got closer to 13

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby markmitch » April 11th 2015, 5:57pm

get a sheet metal company to make a air dam on the front of the trailer - kinda like you see on the roof of newer tractor trailers.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby thegreenmachine » April 11th 2015, 6:41pm

I towed a v nose for work for a long time. When we switched to the larger flat front, I stopped towing.

That flat nose trailer liked to move around and try to pull the van with it.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Leeann_93 » April 11th 2015, 9:04pm

I was going to mention the v-nose, but I was beaten to it. Flat front trailers just plain suck. Every boat racer I know has ditched their flat front trailer for a v-nose and gets considerably better mileage - and a more comfortable ride, to boot.

Look into those weird air deflector things some duallies have for the height issue.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby RECox286 » April 12th 2015, 3:06am

Here I thought you were going to say: "Look thru the wrong end of binoculars !"

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby smokinjoe » April 12th 2015, 4:01am

You can build a makeshift air dam on the back of your van. I did on mine using steel shelving. I made it so it could fold down when not in use.

Kinda crude but it worked. Kind of a ghetto version of this.

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Coaster [OP] » May 8th 2015, 1:07pm

that would be awesome looking esp without the trailer lol.

mine is a v nose. i'm trying to figure out how to store some tools etc in the v nose and have a door on the front outside (small) so i can access them but maybe not. i cant get at the v nose from the inside when its loaded.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby thegreenmachine » May 8th 2015, 9:35pm

Coaster wrote:that would be awesome looking esp without the trailer lol.

mine is a v nose. i'm trying to figure out how to store some tools etc in the v nose and have a door on the front outside (small) so i can access them but maybe not. i cant get at the v nose from the inside when its loaded.


I used the v nose with a waist height angled shelf to hold my blueprints, and tools that came with cases.

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Hank » May 15th 2015, 8:06pm

Now this is how you make your Astro look tiny

:lol:

I get about 10 towing here in FL if I keep it about 60. It's kind of rough as the highway speed limit is 70 and mostly 2-3 lanes, tends to make people unhappy.

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby mervchapman » May 17th 2015, 6:22am

Mine looked pretty small also towing this rented trailer.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Coaster [OP] » May 17th 2015, 9:59am

wow those are huge trailers
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby jrsride2002 » May 17th 2015, 4:23pm

GEEEZ!!
What size are those trailers?!?! 24/27 ft??? How did it handle fully loaded?? Winds? Weight? Would you do that kind of load in mountainous terrain?

That just seems like a lot. I have fresh brakes on my RWD, but I would think I would be driving on edge the whole trip.... I've been thinking about getting a 20-24 ft trailer, but I wouldn't feel good about more then that.

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby mervchapman » May 17th 2015, 4:42pm

The one in my pic was a 23". I was going to use a weight distro hitch but he had rented it out. Ended up w/ no WDH and actually was fine. I towed about 60 miles down California Highway 1 on the coast. There are plenty of significant hill there which were not an issue w/ the 5.7L. I've upgraded breaks all -round. SSBC Truck Force 10 dual pistons up front and the SSBC rear disk conversion. I've also got Firestone ride-rite airbags (not inflated in the pic).

The most significant upgrade for towing however ig recycling those $%#@ leaf springs from the factory! My springs are essentially the main 3-pack from the trucksprings HD set (see the "Upgrade leaf Springs?" thread in the suspension area). I can't overstate what a dramatic improvement in handling this has made.

As long as you;ve got:
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I'd say uppgrade your rear leafs and go for it!
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Starrshine » May 17th 2015, 5:56pm

Wow, 9mph is low! I get 14mph pulling mine. I use a sway control bar that greatly helps:
http://www.etrailer.com/Weight-Distribu ... 83660.html

Also, once I put the fiberglass top on, I got better gas mileage
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Coaster [OP] » May 17th 2015, 10:59pm

9 might have been a fluke. trailer is fully loaded now and i am getting around 14mpg
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby mervchapman » July 7th 2015, 9:31am

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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby PanoramicPEI » July 7th 2015, 2:35pm

I have to do a handstand to admire some of those photos.
Some get 9 MPG without their wife sitting in the passenger seat, never mind towing half a house or barn.
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby scoundrel2u » July 8th 2015, 4:17am

PanoramicPEI wrote:I have to do a handstand to admire some of those photos.
Some get 9 MPG without their wife sitting in the passenger seat, never mind towing half a house or barn.


LOL.

Will acute angina make up for my tiny astro ?
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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Lumpy » July 8th 2015, 7:35am

scoundrel2u wrote:
Will acute angina make up for my tiny astro ?


Debbie Delamar has acute angina.


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Re: How to make your Astro look tiny

Postby Fishon621 » October 22nd 2015, 9:15pm

I am shocked to see what these things can tow
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