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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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Old 03-23-2011, 08:17 AM
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Doing what it does best. LoL

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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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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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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...
Thanks much for the link.

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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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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

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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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Ok. I saw an Airstream posted so I can post this.

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