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Old 08-21-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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can it be done i my grandpa is having me and my cousin haul hay neither of us had the hitch so we fliped a coin to see who tows the gn its about an 18-20 foot and at max will have 3 roung bails of hay on it anyone done something like this with a 4.6 anyone got pics of any f150 with a gooseneck?
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can it be done i my grandpa is having me and my cousin haul hay neither of us had the hitch so we fliped a coin to see who tows the gn its about an 18-20 foot and at max will have 3 roung bails of hay on it anyone done something like this with a 4.6 anyone got pics of any f150 with a gooseneck?
3 bales is gunna be about 3k why not just use a bumper pull? Should be fine. I mean I did haul this with mine. It's in the neighborhood of 13k with trailer and it's a 5.4btw
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Because me and my cousin where told to do this for our grandpa we only have one bumper pool and he gets to pull it so I have to take the GN
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3 bales is gunna be about 3k why not just use a bumper pull? Should be fine. I mean I did haul this with mine. It's in the neighborhood of 13k with trailer and it's a 5.4btw
Good to know you were at 150% capacity of the truck. And probably 200% on the trailer
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