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Old 06-21-2014, 12:20 PM
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Bk ! JMO: But I would not be towing that rig with anything less than a 350 dually! I have a 34ft 5ver and with my old 250 it was doable but it did not build any confidence . When I hooked up the 350 dually was like nite and day ! Truck makes towing my rig feel like I have my bass boat in tow! But like the fellas here have been saying you have have to drive smart when hauling that kind of weight behind you! When I tow I take on the attitude that everybody is out to get me and I try to stay out of tight situations !

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