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Old 05-31-2011, 12:05 AM
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Here is one of our old truck pulling our fifth wheel.
Old?? And you have an 09 now and are ordering a 2011?? Man... I wish I had your truck budget
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Only live once. I should have kept the 07. We haven't been happy with the 09 (got it in 08).
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Here's my 04 a few months ago hauling a cherry D17 diesel that my uncle bought. This was the first load on my new (to me) trailer, stepped up to a 12k lb unit from my old 7k car hauler.

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Finally got her out. Can't say she's working, though.

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And 6.4 miles per gallon. I think my Expy did better than that...
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Wow, how fast where you going, did you have a bad head wind? The guys hauling big fifth wheels are reporting higher than that.
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WORK (custom roll-off trailer):

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PLAY (5th wheel with junk trailer loaded with 3 m/c's and a kids quad):

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That looks good pulling doubles with a superduty.
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Man I was fauled. A farmer's hopperbottoms brakes wouldn't let go. After several trials of different things his tractor won't pull it across the pit. I used my SD. I set my torch up so a labor could video it. Well he just stood there looking into view finder he never hit rec. His remark was "you said it was ready to go" oh well. It was fun though.I pulled him about 30 feet then the brakes broke loose. Yes the farmer was helping me with his tractor but it was still fun no less and a video I wish I had. Lol
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Here's one of a horse trailer I hauled last Sept, for a buddy who's truck was in the shop.
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Here's one of the wife's Ranger loaded up right after we got married back in Feb.
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i dont think i posted this..... yanking my junk explorer out after i got it stuck

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i dont think i posted this..... yanking my junk explorer out after i got it stuck
Stuck..... Upsidown?????
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Widening the driveway.... Not much of a load, only 1 cu. yard of gravel (roughly 2800 lbs)

She's just barely kissing the rear overload spring pad, so about 2 inches sag

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Quick cell phone pic on the way to our campground last week. It wasn't working until on the way home when it wouldn't shift into 3rd gear. 60 miles at 45-50mph in 2nd gear.

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Widening the driveway.... Not much of a load, only 1 cu. yard of gravel (roughly 2800 lbs)

She's just barely kissing the rear overload spring pad, so about 2 inches sag

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Dude that's a clean cut. Did you cut that hole out?
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