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Lets See Some Towing Pics!


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I towed our TT for the first time with the new 3/4 this weekend. I have to say on interstate and two lane the bigger truck does so much better. The big three push the half ton esp with the max tow

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First pic - Towing a 2005 F-150 Supercab 4x4 on a 16' car trailer.

Second pic - Towing a 1946 Chevrolet 1.5 ton Firetruck.

 

 

Again- nice pictures everybody! And I'm surprised that no one's asked about the picture with the Ford. What happened there?

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First pic - Towing a 2005 F-150 Supercab 4x4 on a 16' car trailer.

Second pic - Towing a 1946 Chevrolet 1.5 ton Firetruck.

 

 

Again- nice pictures everybody! And I'm surprised that no one's asked about the picture with the Ford. What happened there?

 

 

It's my brother's truck. One of his electronic hubs went bad and was trying to engage when going down the highway making a really bad grinding noise. His truck only had 54K miles on it. I almost had to tow it again last weekend. His electronic throttle body went bad and his truck started quitting on him. He was only a mile from the dealership, so he babied it there.

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Awsome looking car!

 

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Thanks Guys! We have had the car for about 14 years. It's gone from a show car with a fun little motor to a weekend drag car with a FUUUUN little motor :dunno: . It a full steel (except hood) full interior (with cage) street car with a 427 small block. It runs 9.80s at 140. With our mph I am quite certain there are some atleast 9.7X in it once we get the suspension dialed in.

 

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