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RE: Brain challenge

Now I'm not saying that a dealer couldn't have added a rear seat heater, but pretty hard to add cooling as it involves duct work. Actually heated/cooled seats can be self-contained. No duct work needed. http://www.gentherm.com/en/page/climate-seats I believe this is the technology GM used for their heated/cooled seats. thanks for this info, I got confused thinking this was a post referring to fords.
1jeep 07/22/16 07:56am Tow Vehicles
RE: Question on 2016 Power Stroke

you do a lot of city driving? it will regen more if you do, highway or working hard is what the new diesels like. keep in mind your truck is also not even broken in yet, my previous 2011 6.7 didn't start getting about 16mpg until about the 20k mile mark. my 2016 f350 dually with 4:30 gears gets 15.7mpg empty and just a tad over 11 towing, She only has 6k miles so im hoping by this time next year to gain maybe 1 mpg.
1jeep 07/22/16 05:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: First fifth wheel

we had a outback Sydney travel trailer and loved it...we honestly miss it!
1jeep 07/22/16 05:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Brain challenge

from my research prior to my recent ford purchase, the platinum superduty is the only one with a heated rear seat unless there is some hidden ford option. Im not doubting it is available on the kind ranch, but I know it isn't on the lariat. Also non of them have a cooled rear seat, the platinum is the only one with a heated steering wheel. Now im not saying that a dealer couldn't have added a rear seat heater, but pretty hard to add cooling as it involves duct work.
1jeep 07/22/16 04:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: '08 Duramax hot hood question

the clear coat on my father 07 GMC is doing the same on the roof, sadly the truck on has about 25k miles and looks like it needs paint soon!
1jeep 07/21/16 05:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: Name one thing you like best about your TV

Love those big hips of hers!
1jeep 07/21/16 05:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: Brain challenge

my 2016 f350 platinum has front cooled/heated seats and rear heated also heated steering wheel, no cooling in the back seat. I never heard of an Elite, most likely some stickers the dealer put on and up priced it!
1jeep 07/21/16 05:30am Tow Vehicles
RE: PULLING 20K OR BETTER

if my wife buys anymore stemware or other unneeded **** I might be at the 20k lb mark soon!
1jeep 07/20/16 11:40am Fifth-Wheels
RE: PU Truck - which model?

if you can find a 6.0 ford that has had its head studs and gaskets changed it might be worth it, but if was set on a diesel and trying to stay in that $10k range look for a dodge cummins, regular cab 2 wheel drive will be cheaper and a little more reliable engine wise.
1jeep 07/20/16 11:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: PU Truck - which model?

ford 6.4 was only offered 08-10
1jeep 07/20/16 08:57am Tow Vehicles
RE: PU Truck - which model?

keep in mind that hitch weight will change once you start loading that basement of the RV.
1jeep 07/20/16 07:58am Tow Vehicles
RE: PU Truck - which model?

I agree for this price look for a big block gasser.
1jeep 07/20/16 07:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: PU Truck - which model?

No a F350, GM 3500, dodge 3500 would be all 1 tons giving you plenty of room in the GVWR. Honestly $10k for a used diesel, not to offend anyone, I wouldn't call it a clunker but depending on what your looking for in features wont be much of a truck. unless your going to look for a base model 2 wheel drive regular cab? I would be looking for a ford 7.3 or dodge 5.9 diesel, my concern is you mention your not a motorhead, well buying in this price point and age youll be doing a lot of wrenching.
1jeep 07/20/16 07:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: PU Truck - which model?

You mention used tow vehicle, may we ask the budget? As noted above 3/4 or 1 ton srw should work, you might want to just focus on finding a 1 ton srw.
1jeep 07/20/16 07:23am Tow Vehicles
RE: PULLING 20K OR BETTER

id rather not! Quite honestly im no weight police member but after towing 15k with a 250 and now the same trailer with a dually I will stick to what the manufacturer has rated for certain loads.
1jeep 07/20/16 05:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: PULLING 20K OR BETTER

my 2016 f350 dually with the heavy tow package is rated for 26k lbs and the f450 has over 30k lbs. there are plenty of options from the big 3 as I am sure there are plenty of MDT's available.
1jeep 07/20/16 04:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2016 Ford 250, 350 Super Duty

there are still plenty of 2016 models on the lots and im certain with the 2017 coming soon you could get a good deal on one! My previous 2011 6.7 had zero issues sadly at 110k miles I traded it for a dually I do miss the old truck. But the new 2016 is nice and there were many improvements in between so I have been happy with how it handles our 15k lb toy hauler.
1jeep 07/19/16 04:59am Tow Vehicles
RE: Is my butt saggy?

Im in agreement with the truck, having the same truck and similar trailer weight, I have yet to think I need to modify the suspension.
1jeep 07/15/16 06:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Outback 324CG Toy Hauler - Review

Nice job, We loved out 2006 Outback Sydney, actually miss it a little. Replaced it last year with a 5th wheel toy hauler, I also had a 8x20 enclosed trailer I traded in that we used for ATV's and motorcycle track days, so that got traded in with the outback. We did look at the one you bought, the garage area was just too small for us also we found the ramp to be way too steep for loading a stret bike. Good luck with your Outback, hope it brings you many years of enjoyment as ours did!
1jeep 07/15/16 05:34am Toy Haulers
RE: Is my butt saggy?

Consider this: if you raise the rear of the truck, which is designed to squat with a load, you will raise the front of the 5er. Then you'll have to raise the trailer to match. wouldn't that be corrected by raising the 5th wheel hitch height?
1jeep 07/15/16 05:16am Fifth-Wheels
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