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Edd505 wrote:

If your going to get a new truck why not go 450 SRW???


No such beast exists - 350/3500 come with choice or SRW or DRW. Everything above is DRW, everything below is SRW.

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Maybe do tamarins instead of airbags


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Did you mean Timbrens?

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Our Mountaineer runs a 2800# pin weight. With the 11400 GVWR on our 2005 3500 DRW we were very close loaded. When we bought the new truck an 18 SRW 3500 would have carried the load. However why buy a new truck that will just do the job. Get a DRW truck!


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I would chose a F450 dually over a F350 dually. The F350 dually is an add-on for a F350 SRW. The F450 is design as a dually-- Frame, springs, brakes and etc.

BTY the new F350 SRW will pull that trailer with ease.

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justme wrote:

I would chose a F450 dually over a F350 dually. The F350 dually is an add-on for a F350 SRW. The F450 is design as a dually-- Frame, springs, brakes and etc.

BTY the new F350 SRW will pull that trailer with ease.


And yet, some 350s actually have a higher payload than some 450s. Go figger...

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