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Old 05-30-2018, 11:42 PM   #1
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Has anyone seen an F750 Class C do a burn out.

Met with Ford Commercial truck sales today, this is looking more & more like the right decision. The F750 is a stronger chassis than the F53, but I need help from anyone who has owned the F750.

This is the current rig.


Now place a Crew cab F750 chassis in replacement of the E450, that is sprung to a E550. Then it dawned on me, this 750 has enough power to weight to do a line lock burnout. I have never seen that from an RV, just for kicks, if anyone knows how to isolate the front air brakes,, I would like to see that.

Full factory frame through & through with 2 feet hanging out the back for outdoor kitchen & 10K hitch. With 8 foot awning out the back. 35 total length.

I skipped right over the F650 because it is only a 19 inch tire, to get past our wonderful US infrastructure. One ha to climb onto the 22.5 tire.
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They used to play around with that at the CC factory. Take one of the 650 hp MH's air up the tag past normal to take weight off the drive and hit the throttle.
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