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Old 11-14-2007, 10:01 PM
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It would be cool to see the 56 towing an old Airstream camper down the road.

Mine won't be doing that. I can't afford such things.


I would like to find another bed (like mine) and make a trailer out of it eventually.

They used the same basic bed up until 72. The fenders were just mounted higher after 56. Keep your eyes open (guys in MO).
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What a great looking rig!!!...
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I agree, Thats a pretty setup!
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I usually tow flatbeds with whoi knows what on it, I have a 40' flatbed that used to be a horse trailer until my dad burned up the main body on it, but didn't end up hurting the frame, then my single car trailer is a reworked Winnebage frame. My sister has a 5 horse slant that gets hooked up from time to time on my truck, usually on the 92 with the Cummins. I haul scrap, cars, furniture, whatever with my trucks, oh, and then there are the hay trailers... I have scaled as heavy as 24,500 total weight once, oops! That was hauling scrap.
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I got a 32' 3 slide Jayco Designer XL that I tow to the jobs to live in when I work (IF I'm lucky. If not I have to live in a mobile home with four other people)

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