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Old 03-23-2011, 05:37 AM
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No, that truck was getting some hi-rail gear added to it. My other truck is a '05' SRW F350 5.4
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Doing what it does best. LoL





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.



What steps do you have on that truck. Those are what Im looking for for my truck. I would like stainless though.

Good looking rig,

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My uncle bought this nice little AC recently and hired me to haul it home for him. It is a D17 Series IV diesel. Very good condition, 1600hrs on the clock, runs and drives great. I just bought the trailer a few days earlier and it towed beautifully behind the SD.





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What steps do you have on that truck. Those are what Im looking for for my truck. I would like stainless though.

Good looking rig,

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Check out N-Fab products. I've really enjoyed mine, although I kinda wish I would have got the set with the extra step for the toolbox. I was scared I'd rip them off out in the bush, but so far so good...
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I hauled some oak logs the other day for firewood... I brought them home to cut up and split. I'm guessing the trailer is 1-2K and the logs are 3-4K. Truck pulled it great!

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And a play picture....

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Check out N-Fab products. I've really enjoyed mine, although I kinda wish I would have got the set with the extra step for the toolbox. I was scared I'd rip them off out in the bush, but so far so good...
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Its nice to see the new trucks dirty. I think the one with two skid steers is my favorite it just looks loaded.
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Does towing a 30' Airstream Classic with a slide/out count?
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Does towing a 30' Airstream Classic with a slide/out count?
I wish I could "like" this... I would love to have an Airstream! I just don't really like them new white vinyl deals. Looks cheap IMO, but that's just me... nice rig, man!
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I finally have a working pic! LOL



Don't laugh yet, I also had 2, 3cu yard packages of pine shavings in the back seat! LOL Now you can laugh.

Hey, it's better then the 2 bales of hay I was hauling before! After running into problems finding good hay, I decided to buy enough for a few months. Yes, those 6 bales will probably last me 3 months or so!! I only have 2 mini horses!!

I will have another working photo in a couple weeks! Not giving away what I am making the truck do yet though!
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