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Old 02-16-2023, 09:46 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by rglover4 View Post
Hello. 1st time posting here so hope I get it right. I have a 2022 F350 SWB diesel Tremor and pull a 2021 35' Solitude 310gk 5th wheel. It is a little heavier than what you listed.

I had most recently pulled it from Phx Arizona through Brekenridge Colorado to Twin Falls Id and back. No problems whatsover. The truck is a beast and has no trouble with the weight or sway.

I did the research before buying this truck and was comfortable with the choice. Another benefit is havi g the ability to enjoys trails when not hooked up. It is a heavy truck but handles well. You will love it!
Sorry for the late reply. First off; welcome.

I just wanted to clarify my earlier comments regarding the Tremor package; While I stand by my comment that the additional height and larger tires in this package are a negative for towing vs. the non-Tremors, the difference isn't terribly significant. I looked at purchasing a Ram Powerwagon last year and it became clear that the PW package was extremely poor for towing with a 1,2XX lb payload and no available diesel. In comparison, Ford's Tremor maintains 98% of the towing capacity and payload and while perhaps not quite as capable as a PW offroad, the Tremor has great offroad chops for a HD truck.

Everything is a trade off but you don't give up much with the Tremor. Obviously a non Tremor is a bit better towing (stock) and a long box is a bit better than a short box, a DRW is better than a SRW, etc. etc.

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