3500 Ram Dually

I love to camp and in order to do so,  we use a 3500 Dodge Dually.  I'm not worried about getting in because I'm short and have a stool ... but should the " rough" riding present a problem 15 days after surgery?  


4 Comments

No problem

by ROBO Pop - 2022-05-11 19:55:31

I got in the saddle 3 days after surgery and rode my wife. Shes a far rougher tougher ride than any pick-up and experienced no problem. Relax you're overthinking it. Most activities are fine. I'm on my 3rd device snd never any problems from my extracuricular activities...enjoy life, it won't be around forever

soreness

by Tracey_E - 2022-05-11 20:57:14

It's possible that a bumpy ride may leave you sore at first. It's harmless and ice will help. 

dualy

by AgentX86 - 2022-05-12 14:24:21

In addition to some possible "saddle sores", if you have rate response turned on, your heart may be running faster than the truck. The bumps would probably cause your pacemaker to think you're running at full speed and will respond by cranking up your heart rate. It might be unpleasant but unlikely dangerous.

Driving

by Persephone - 2022-05-13 21:35:11

My personal, non-educated opinion about the don't drive advice is that if you'd have to somehow swing yourself out of the vehicle after something went awry during your travels, this could maybe possibly potentially affect connections. I drove my SUV to my 6th day follow-up and just lied when asked if I'd driven myself there. Made it home ok, still ok 4 years out.

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