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Old 08-17-2013, 11:27 AM
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good to see it workin! It's not gonna break lol....
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Old 08-17-2013, 11:43 AM
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Lol nothing to break....that's a ballsy statement. These trucks are great but not indestructible and have been known to break....without a 13000 lb trailer even attatched. There is lots to break, U-joints, gears, leaf springs, tranny. First thing I would do is airbags to take some of the load of your springs.
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It is a 4wd and has differential lock, about getting a used f250 or f350 that's something I don't wanna do cause you never now what's the real condition of the trucks you don't know how we'll the previous owners treat them, as for the tractor thing, the boat launch is like 6km from my dry storage so I wouldn't want to be coming back and forth @ 10km/h haha. Hopefully one day I will have enough money saved to get a new f250. I towed that boat like one mile to another boat storage and didn't have any problems at all
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