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Old 03-22-2011, 08:15 AM
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Playing, not working. The fifth wheel is about 35 feet and about 13,000 pounds loaded.

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Awesome, BF. Can't wait to hook my five ton 32' Wilderness travel trailer to the new SD in a few weeks... Will post a pic when I do.
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17,000 total from when I went across the scales some years ago. Car got lighter but there is more stuff in the trailer now.
5.4 is not enough but I make good time without beating it to death.
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Here's the tractor I sometimes tow a few times a year. Anymore and I'd want a longer trailer; the cutter hangs off the back too much and the tractor needs to be too far forward.



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Doing what it does best Its been quite a while since i've been through a tank of diesel without pulling something!
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In the forecast is 1" of snow tonight and 3-6" tomorrow. Everyone I know is calling me stupid for buying a plow in the Spring but with New England you just never know. Went from being 75 degrees Friday to 35 yesterday.
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In the forecast is 1" of snow tonight and 3-6" tomorrow. Everyone I know is calling me stupid for buying a plow in the Spring but with New England you just never know. Went from being 75 degrees Friday to 35 yesterday.

Off topic...but did you add the driving/fog lights or did they come with the truck?? I would like to add them to mine, just wondering if it's plug and play or do I have to wire them.
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Towing a poor, little Titan to a parking lot that had broke down in the middle of traffic. Put a BIG grin on my face!





Moving some snow.....




Most important job of all.... hauling the boy's toys! lol

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This was hardly working, but I had a lot of fun ribbing my son about having to pull his Dodge on the trailer



Look at which truck is doing the all work HAHAHA



And it's loaded

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Off topic...but did you add the driving/fog lights or did they come with the truck?? I would like to add them to mine, just wondering if it's plug and play or do I have to wire them.
I added them. I ordered them on eBay from Fairway Ford in Ohio. Genuine OEM parts. They're completely plug and play and the "kit" comes with the harness for the light (the connection for it is under the truck on the bottom of the radiator), the updated switch, and the buckets/bezels/bulbs. All you do is remove the bumper brackets, the plastic pieces, and bolt them in. It's for trucks without auto lights.

Here's the link to the add on eBay, I talked to Kevin at the dealership who answered all of my questions.

11 2011 SuperDuty F250 F350 Ford OEM Fog Lamp Light Kit - eBay (item 180641775286 end time Apr-18-11 14:15:39 PDT)

The kit is for '11's but I don't see why you can't do this on trucks of other years if yours isn't.

Back on topic: I also have a 21 foot travel trailer to tow around, I'm waiting on the wonderful CT DMV to send me new registration stickers so I can take it out in the spring time as I haven't used it in over a year. That and a Big Tex car trailer to tow my Jeep, if that wasn't under the knife and the trailer didn't have boards so rotted that they collapsed in parts because of all of the snow this year. The trailer needs all new parts too... I kinda ripped the breakaway off when moving it with my Kubota
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truck and trailer 13,000lbs, front skid loader 8,000lbs, rear skid loader 10,000lbs



A couple of jobs around the farm.
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Warming it up for some work.
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