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OK, admin has passed the reigns on over so here we go.... We are trying to tailor the TOTM thread for ALL members to have a chance to submit their photos throughout the year.
For April, it will be simple, lets see your Truck towing.
Clean, dirty, lifted, leveled, slammed, dropped...it doesn't matter. If it has a trailer attached to it, then post up a picture. :)
 

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Too lazy to hook up to any of the 3RV's or 4 utility trailers just for a pic.

Maybe I can back up to one without all the hookup and Yaw will never be the wiser?

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Too lazy to hook up to any of the 3RV's or 4 utility trailers just for a pic.

Maybe I can back up to one without all the hookup and Yaw will never be the wiser?

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We wouldn't have been the wiser......but you just ratted yourself out. LOL
 

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Well, am I or ain't I?

OK okay, if you insist I go get the WDHitch outta the barn, I will. Lol

But if you do, I'm leaving. May as well run down to Port Aransas and sleep on the beach. (ooooo. That'd make a nice photo)




 

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Well, am I or ain't I?

OK okay, if you insist I go get the WDHitch outta the barn, I will. Lol

But if you do, I'm leaving. May as well run down to Port Aransas and sleep on the beach. (ooooo. That'd make a nice photo)
Wrong trailer. Get a pic backed up (I mean hooked) up to the other one.
 

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Wrong trailer. Get a pic backed up (I mean hooked) up to the other one.
Haha
If I backed up to it and actually hitched it up, it would be even more of a lie!
That thing is untowable.
Not because the mighty Ecoboost couldn't yank it.
But I've been living in it for years. I'd have to disassemble stuff just to get the slide out back in.


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Haha
If I backed up to it and actually hitched it up, it would be even more of a lie!
That thing is untowable.
Not because the mighty Ecoboost couldn't yank it.
But I've been living in it for years. I'd have to disassemble stuff just to get the slide out back in.


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True Cowboy....always gotta leave yer boots by the front door! LOL
 

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hauled a little over 3 yards of rock today!!!!!

 

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don't think someone read the RULZ'S...........
 

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I'll play. It's my only heavy tow to date. But it handled it just fine.

towing seadoo.jpg
 

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First tow with the new truck at the time (back in 2014)

 

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Haha
If I backed up to it and actually hitched it up, it would be even more of a lie!
That thing is untowable.
Not because the mighty Ecoboost couldn't yank it.
But I've been living in it for years. I'd have to disassemble stuff just to get the slide out back in.


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My wife and I have contemplated trying to purchase a small plot of land in the mountains somewhere and doing this. Knowing me, I'd probably like to just keep the camper mobile, but we'll see. Might purchase a plot of land and pour a pad on it, get sewer, water, and power hookups set up on it and just tow the camper.

I wish many times over when I was ready to move out at 18, that I would have purchased a nice big and new camper to live in and paid it off, instead of immediately buying a house. I bought a fixer upper, and now I'm stuck needing to do the fixing up finally so we can sell it and move somewhere more suitable. My wife could never do it, but I could totes live in a camper.

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