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Old 05-13-2015, 05:28 AM   #15
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Oh yea I don't have that junk. We do have 2 farm trucks with it. We deleted that crap off our 09 dodge. Cost $2,200. Deleted the egr and straight piped it. Got rid of all the crap. ITs kind of loud but way more power. Also have a 13 Chevy duramax. Its still stock but we are 8 miles from the nearest town so it does get a little highway time.

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Old 05-16-2015, 09:25 PM   #16
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I believe the federal length limit on interstates is 65 feet. A 40 foot fifthwheel and toad will definitely put you over that limit. Several states allow 'triple towing' and most of them will never bother you. I have triple towed for over 20 years and was stopped once in Kansas and measured. The SP meaured my rig at 64', 11 and 1/2" inches. He laughed and told me not to get any bugs on my grill or would be over length.

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Old 05-16-2015, 11:21 PM   #17
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I have DD my '14 Ram diesel with DEF for over a year now with no issues and most of my trips are <6 miles. No need or desire to delete, to each his own.
I think towing a vehicle 4-down behind any TT is a bad idea due to the extra forces if a Vehicle 4-down when turning. Just drive that truck, short runs won't kill it.

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