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Old 01-07-2008, 10:11 PM
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Welcome to the forum 5-Salt! Let's see some pics of that super duty
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my rig

We tow out to the desert every other weekend or so until the heat gets unbearable. 37ft toyhauler, you know its there but it tows great! Love the tow/haul feature.
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Old 01-10-2008, 12:22 PM
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Nice rig and WW altfueltek! Do you camp in Cal City?
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How many of you guys towing with ford f250 gas 5.4?
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I bought the truck thinking I'd end up with a larger boat. This one weighs in at 5000 lbs.
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Don't know yet but I will find out this summer, I have a 72' 24' travel trailer , has got be better than my last truck: 95 150 crew cab w/ 5.8l
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My 2005 PSD pulls this.................


.............and this (it's not squatted in the rear, I had just put a 2.5" level in the front an hadn't added the F350 blocks in the rear yet)...............


...................like they're not there.


And YES, I suffer from beiing "over-trucked". That'll all change when the pop-up gets traded for a 5th wheel and the boat gets hooked up behind the camper. That should make the psd grunt.
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How many of you guys towing with ford f250 gas 5.4?
several of r trucks at work have the 5.4 . Do fine on flat and just like v10 first hill they kick into passing gear and hit a brick wall.

But the transmission can be played with .

Now the manual trans truck pull all day long.

Nothing like a fuelly tho
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I tow this.....not a problem....but not quite in this configuration!

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I've got a 05 F350 CC with the 6.0 PS and put a 3,000 lb. truck camper in the bed and tow a 7,000 lb. boat. I am impressed with the power compared to my 96 F250 PS. The only thing I've noticed is going up long hills from Bull Shoals Lake the temp gauge rises when the turbo boost increases to around 30 PSI. Then I think a fan kicks in and the temp drops back down. Much more power and pep than the 7.3.
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