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Old 04-19-2016, 06:04 PM   #1
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This is the 2015 Ford F-350 Super Duty dually, Platinum edition I ordered built from the factory with 5th wheel installed. Big mistake-they install Reese hitches and mine failed.
And my 2015 Cyclone 4100 Toy Hauler (for my Harley). 43 feet long, 18,000 GVWR (which in CA requires a class A license-I sure learn my lessons hard!)
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Old 04-20-2016, 03:34 AM   #2
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Now that's a first class setup. Enjoy and have safe travels.
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That is a nice looking setup
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Call me slow but what failed?
By the way really nice truck.
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Thanks guys, hopefully my last truck and last trailer, and they last a long time!

Not slow at all spritz! I have a thread going under towing, about my Reese 5th wheel hitch failing and allowing the trailer to detach and fall onto the bed of my truck. I know, I know, dummy didn't hook it up right, which is always a possibility, except I did hook up right. Towed it about 60 miles to my house, never messed with the hitch or unhooking, but stopped mid-way thru a tight U-turn in my cul-de-sac. When I started to move again, the kingpin popped out of the hitch which was closed and locked with safety pin still in position. Nothing seems broken or wrong with the hitch, except it dumped my trailer onto my truck when everything looked, felt and sounded correct.
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Man what a drag, have you talked to Ford? Wonder why it came apart.
Again nice truck, a real beauty.
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Very nice set up, congrats and happy trails.
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What a behemoth of a truck! Very sharp looking setup!
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