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Old 09-04-2013, 03:01 PM   #15
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I have a Ford F150 with a 3.73 rear end, a 5.4 engine, a full trailer towing package with a transmission cooler on it. I also have Firestone air bags. I had two previous Forest River V- lite that were thirty five foot in length and currently own a Prime time Lacrosse trailer that is 37 foot in length with a dry weight of 8100 hundred lb.. I did have a learning curve to go through with the 5 speed transmission and the tow haul mode before everything worked without a flaw. I have pulled in high wind and rain and I pulled the Lacrosse in a snow and sleet event. I have been to California, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas And Missouri. The trück is a 2010 and is well maintained. The trailers have been attached to the trück using a Equalizer hitch and once every thing was adjusted correctly I have had no problem in my three years of pulling a travel trailer. If I every go to a fifth wheel I will move up to A Ford F250 until then I'm very pleased and comfortable with my F150.

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Old 09-04-2013, 03:13 PM   #16
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I forgot to mention that the Lacrosse has the E-Z tow Dexter axles.

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