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RE: Toy Hauler VS Travel Trailer

I ride both south and north, I only know of one place in southern nh with trail access out of the campground and now there has been some trail closure over there. Good luck with the new trailer!
1jeep 12/05/16 02:14pm Toy Haulers
RE: Toy Hauler VS Travel Trailer

ive had both and love having a toy hauler, BUT I am not at a seasonal site. If I did have your situation I would look into a bunk house travel trailer and enclosed trailer to transport the toys on the weekend if need be. Just curious where are you looking at seasonal sites?
1jeep 12/05/16 12:04pm Toy Haulers
RE: Looking at a 2008 F250 6.4l

I don't recall stating that an oasis report will show what is currently wrong with the truck but it should show what ford has done. You don't need an Oasis report to know what is wrong with it! If the engine is a ford diesel and has a 6 anywhere in it, avoid it!!!! really so now your insinuating that the 6.7 is also to be avoided...guess your the expert...its not like I own one.
1jeep 11/17/16 05:25am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 F350 Pics... Updated with Pics Finally

2016 and 2017 inside are different. I love my truck but am glad to see ford changed the top of the dash making it a little nicer. Also like the steps that extend past the cab. Good luck to both of you!
1jeep 11/16/16 10:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 F350 dually with 6.7 opinions

Im not a dodge/ram fan but really if the worse part of the truck is the oil filter location it wouldn't deter me from buying one.
1jeep 11/16/16 05:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: Looking at a 2008 F250 6.4l

I don't recall stating that an oasis report will show what is currently wrong with the truck but it should show what ford has done.
1jeep 11/16/16 05:39am Tow Vehicles
RE: Looking at a 2008 F250 6.4l

if it is at dealer ask for the oasis report, this will show what ford has done and if the radiator has been replaced. I deleted mine because I couldn't take any more of the loss of power when it did a regen.
1jeep 11/14/16 01:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 F350 dually with 6.7 opinions

reliability is a funny thing, ive had a few brands that were sworn to be oh so reliable, yet they were night mares for me. my 2011 had 110k miles and zero issues, maybe I was the one lucky ford owner. I will admit my mileage would be better if I slowed down to 60mph, but at 72 mph I get passed by everything and everyone, it almost feels dangerous.
1jeep 11/14/16 07:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Looking at a 2008 F250 6.4l

I had a 08 6.4, if it is stock the best thing you can do is delete it! I am not a fan of doing this but once mine was deleted it went well past 100k miles without an issue. I only sold it because I needed a crew cab truck and it wasn't.
1jeep 11/14/16 05:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 F350 dually with 6.7 opinions

You can get a lemon from any manufacturer, ive had good luck with my last 2 fords and not so good with another brand. When I bought the current truck I shopped all 3 and bought the one that fit my butt and felt was the best deal for me. I can understand your mileage question, from November until april my truck is my daily driver. My current truck gets in the 15mpg range empty on the highway where as my previous 2011 f250 6.7 with 3:55 gears was closer to 17mpg. Not the same trucks but very similar in weight and engine.
1jeep 11/14/16 05:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: rear axle gear ratio

4:10! When I bought my truck it came with 4:30 which made me cringe at first. it will turn a few rpms higher but the trade off with the power being there without dropping a gear makes up for it.
1jeep 11/08/16 10:23am Tow Vehicles
RE: Dually ride vs regular truck

Lower back problems usually have more to do with the seat and how one fits into it than any vehicle ride quality issues. My lower back problems go back more than 50 years to an amusement ride injury in my late teens, and I've learned that what is most important is how I fit into the seat. I've gotten rid of several vehicles within 2-3 years because I couldn't stay in the seat for more than an hour or so, kept others 10-12 years because I could sit in them all day. what he said! I have battled back issues for years, my truck I feel great! the wife just bought a new infiniti and I cant sit in the seats for more than 20 minutes without starting the seat dance.
1jeep 11/08/16 07:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: Mileage

Mileage will also depend on what tires/wheels and gearing. My previous 2011 F250 crew cab with 8' bed, 20" wheels and 3:55 gears would get about 17 mpg empty on the highway at 73mph 11 towing at 65mph. Current F350 drw crew cab with 4:30 gears and 17" wheels gets 14.9mpg @ 70mph empty and 12mpg towing @ 65mph
1jeep 11/08/16 07:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: How much pin weight?

Just get the dually and don't look back! I went from a 3/4 srw to a dually and have zero regrets doing so!
1jeep 10/31/16 09:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Holy Moly the new trucks are TALL

And I don't care too since I just bought my 2016 a few months ago I would rather not see anything that would make me feel I should have held off. I only know the 2016 drw has no blocks and sits level, my buddies 2016 srw has blocks and is much taller in the rear. btw, my previous 2011 f250 had 20" wheels and sat higher in the rear than my 2016 drw.
1jeep 10/20/16 06:00am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Holy Moly the new trucks are TALL

I think DRW tend to run a little lower and they have smaller tires as well. Ford srw have blocks in the rear that the drw don't have, my drw is level.
1jeep 10/19/16 12:29pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tire blows - great reason to have a dually

That's what I find sad about ford, even my Kawasaki sport tourer shows the actual tire pressure for both. Cold weather is here tire pressure does drop, ive already had to add some for the bike.
1jeep 10/14/16 07:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tire blows - great reason to have a dually

my truck was not offered with TPM, gvwr is 14k, apparently ford found a way to save a few bucks on a $74000 truck, but my fathers gmc DRW doesn't have them either, so I give credit to ram for keeping them on their drw if that is true.
1jeep 10/14/16 05:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tire blows - great reason to have a dually

Hey now, I never said having a dually you can drive for another 800 miles with a blowout. However I have witnessed where the person had one and was able to make it to his destination then get the tire serviced without having to stop on the side of the highway. BTW, that other tire on the rear lasted another 2 years for that person, allowing him to replace all 6 at once.
1jeep 10/13/16 11:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tire blows - great reason to have a dually

A couple years ago my father had a blowout on the rear of his dmax dually, just continued going, this was what pushed me to buy a dually. Honestly the cost of tires doesn't bother me, my truck has standard 17" wheels and are cheaper than my previous SRW truck that had 20" wheels.
1jeep 10/13/16 08:17am Tow Vehicles
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