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Old 02-10-2021, 12:54 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Elev8torguy View Post
I looked at the wolfpacks long and hard. I wanted to keep my f250. I didn't like the thought of pushing my truck to the absolute limits. Plus the dry weights of the wolfpack fifth wheels were 1500-2000 lbs lighter then what we ended up buying and they are lighter for a reason. We purchased a f350 diesel srw and a carbon fifth wheel toy hauler. The 350 gave us 600lbs more payload. I also wanted the diesel for this task. This is my 2 cent for what it's worth.
I am also one who doesn't like to push things to the limit. Did you ever have an idea that seems good until you hear (or read) yourself saying (typing) it? I would just be setting myself up for frustration and stress doing this. I have experienced the "it's light for a reason" between the TT I have now and my previous which was an ultra of difference.
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Old 02-10-2021, 01:14 PM   #16
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i had hoped when i parted with the wolf pack 295 that i could've purchased on of these models. come to find out they only made them for something like 2.5 years. out east most want a separate garage for many reasons but if it's for bad smells like fuel then they don't maintain there toys.
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