Discussion in 'Towing' started by BURBAN GUY, Mar 24, 2012.
Thats a fine pair
Same here. I do pretty good with my 29' travel trailer even backing it 2' away parallel to my fence, the 16' cargo trailer is a bit tougher, but the 5x7' flat bed, man that thing wags all over.
Rescue mission a few weeks ago. Son blew his left front wheel bearing all over the place at 75 mph! Lucky no wreck!
My Suburban broke a few weeks ago, about 3 hours from home so we just got a rental car. Finally got it repaired, after two shops threw $2280 worth of parts at it then fixed the distributor timing. So the car I drove down to pick up the Suburban gets a tow back home. Pulled much easier then my cargo trailer, even when empty.
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Dont tow very often with the 400 just small loads
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Nice, that trailer is more of a load than the load is!
retrieving my broken freightliner.. gross 25,000lbs
bought a truck drove it home, so i hauled the the suburban back.. since everyone was busy at the time..
bought and built this in '12 '99 C3500HD with a 6.5/4L85 blew the 6.5 up swapped a 6.6 LBZ dmax in and ran it with the 4L85 until direct TV hit me
Took a load of scrap to the dump today. Insurance guy said I needed to clean up the dangerous areas in the back yard or they would have to drop me. I have at least 3 more loads to go.
I figured I was in the big city with an empty trailer so I bought a ton of pellets for my mom.
Another dump run. Only 3 or 4 more loads like these
and 14 years worth of collecting junk will be out of the back yard!
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