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Who Says Honda "Ridgeline" Can't Tow 5th-Wheel

Who says Honda "Ridgeline" can't tow a 5th wheel?? Here's three pics to prove it! :B http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x136/jasonlisan/IMG_1233_zpsvonpe309.jpg height=400 width=600 http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x136/jasonlisan/IMG_1234_zpslo6qycma.jpg height=400 width=600 http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x136/jasonlisan/IMG_1235_zpsvfb8zk41.jpg height=400 width=600
jasonlisan 09/25/15 01:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Thought I had found the TV of my dreams.

It is a 2015 F150 Eco-Boost with a 3.73 rear. First one I have seen on a dealer lot. I was beginning to think they didn't really exist. AND THEN. I read farther. It has a 6500lb GVWR. That is a deal breaker. Well, back to the search. My 2015 F-150 on the door sticker says 7000lb GVWR with a payload of 1507lb. It's a King Ranch SuperCrew.
jasonlisan 09/16/15 09:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Surprised I am first to post, Yamaha YXR1000r, new SXS

I like it, I really like it!!! I'm a RZR guy but that 5-speed transmission and no belt has me sold!!
jasonlisan 09/10/15 04:04pm Toy Haulers
RE: 2015 Ford Expedition - Rear Spring help?

So, I finally have some more info from an east coast dealer. They stated that this feature is standard on all Expeditions and- it works by reading the tire sensors and load on the rear shocks. My wife's 2015 "Platinum" Expedition doesn't have the "Continuous Control Suspension"
jasonlisan 09/09/15 03:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2015 Ford Expedition - Rear Spring help?

The owner's manual talks about it but it isn't mentioned on the sticker. The only thing is- it comes with the HD towing package only and for 2014 it is a mechanical system vs air in past years. Max load is 920# (WD) and 600# weight bearing). Leveling works with both applications. Hmm, now you have me really curious. Do you have to select anything or turn anything on? How do you engage yours on your 2014? Your window sticker should of had a line item "Continuous Control Suspension" on it.
jasonlisan 09/09/15 03:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Structural Adhesive used in New F150

Wow... That King Ranch looks like a jewel. Nice truck... Thank you!
jasonlisan 09/08/15 11:54am Tow Vehicles
RE: Structural Adhesive used in New F150

...fact is the F-150 is going to cost you more all around, upfront, fuel and insurance... Don Don, you are confusing your opinion with real facts, which aren't the same thing. More than what? not buying one and just walking?https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.autonews.com/article/20150730/RETAIL05/150729842/ford-f-150-aluminum-repairs-cost-more-than-steel-iihs-says&ved=0CC0QFjAAahUKEwimsaXMv-fHAhVH0oAKHYirAmY&usg=AFQjCNEQzt0N2Xt6mxS4Hkjqq6li4dROXg&sig2=Hk9M8cf0SrEa47YSanGZzw Tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that repairing body damage on the aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 took longer and cost 26 percent more than on the 2014 F-150 made of steel. Last I knew 30 MPG (ED EPA rating) will cost you less in fuel then 23 mpg (the EB EPA rating). If the total cost only went up by 400 over the steel body it's because Ford is eating the cost difference. That won't last for long. Don Insurance on my F-150 is cheaper than my F-350! Not apples to apples, not sure if there is a price difference from an 2014 F-150 to a 2015 F-150.
jasonlisan 09/08/15 07:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: Structural Adhesive used in New F150

Heres hoping the glue doesn't dissenagrate on this beauty!! :B http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x136/jasonlisan/IMG_2186_zpsxo0gkhha.jpg height=400 width=600
jasonlisan 09/07/15 03:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: OMG!...

I don't think the car manufacturers were trying to conceal anything, I think they just couldn't conceive of anyone being that dumb. They've been proven wrong! Let's face it, if we're that concerned about a senior citizen not hearing the car running and leave it on as a previous poster suggests, they should probably bad giving up their license. One issue I've noticed is that vehicles I've had with regular keys give all kinds of chimes if you open the door with the key in the ignition or ignition running. My dads lexus with the keyless go does NOTHING if you open the door with engine running, no chime, no buzz, nothing to clue you in that the engine is still running and you left the key in the ignition and the car is still running. IMHO a big oversite and an easy fix to lots of the issues. and I'll bet most of us are used to car that chimes with the door open and engine running. My new 2015 F-150 honks twice at me if I walk away from with it still running and I have the key fob in hand! My wife's 2015 Expedition also honks twice!
jasonlisan 08/31/15 08:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: OMG!...

At least with keyed ignition vehicles most people need the same key ring to get back in their house when they return home. I don't understand why the vehicles don't shut off when the fob gets over 10 feet from the vehicle. If you need to leave it running then you leave the fob in the vehicle just like you would leave the keys in the ignition on other vehicles. Wouldn't work for me as I keep my house keys on a separate key ring.
jasonlisan 08/31/15 08:26am Tow Vehicles
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