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Hey I have my F250 Camper Special w/a 390. Now that she is almost done I am starting to think about what is safe to tow with. It has the bumper/tow hitch rear bumper.
1973 Ford F250 - 390 FE, Edelbrock 4BBL, Headers, Dual Exhaust, Pioneer CD/Aux/USB headunit, Pioneer 17mm speakers in door, Audio Technica 6x9 speakers behind seats, more speaker than truck right now *more to come*
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can't help ya there. I've seen people pull some heavy loads on bumpers, but I've seen a lot of bent bumpers. Personally the only thing I'll ever pull with a bumper is single axle trailers. Once it gets to car size trailers, I won't risk it. Receivers are easy to find and even easier to install. 6 holes drilled (if they aren't already there) and it's in.
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