List your tow rig

Discussion in 'Tow Rigs and Trailers' started by linvillegorge, Oct 7, 2005.

  1. Jeepnmud74

    Jeepnmud74 New Member

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    2004 Ford F-250 power stroke diesel 6.0L, 325 HP 570 ft lbs tq, crew cab, 3.73 gears, limited slip rear end.
     
  2. Charlie

    Charlie New Member

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    02 dmax/alli, edge hot juice, 37 inch swampers(now)
     
  3. 89wrangler

    89wrangler Not a new member

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    02 SD F350 PSD, Superchips Tuner, Banks Monster Exaust w/ Power elbow, AirRaid, 37/17's Camo Edition
     
  4. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    ai4.photobucket.com_albums_y122_35xj_newrig002.jpg just picked it up yesterday. soon to be chipped, exhausted, leveled and 35'd
     
  5. GSW

    GSW Well-Known Member

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    Nice. Looks just like mine, except mine's silver. What type of camper shell is that?
     
  6. farmboy

    farmboy Well-Known Member

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    Nice Dave!! Congrats on the new tow rig :driver:
     
  7. scarface

    scarface Well-Known Member

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    I got 2 take ur pick

    '99 f-450 tagged at 26k doesnt ride well with less than 7-8k on it:flipoff2:

    So all u 350 boys kiss it. :driver:


    And a '98 International 8100 top speed 65mph 10 ton Hudson trailer

    the only 60k tow rig around
    Huals 1 YJ 1 TJ and 1 XJ no problems on board air and a Tellico Ready sticker

    I'll get picks so u can druwl:smokin:

    Or ask Mac and Sam they have seen it:)
     
  8. bronc'nBK

    bronc'nBK New Member

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    89wrangler, that truck is nasty.

    and tow rig? haha... whats that???
     
  9. BRUISER

    BRUISER silent.. but deadly Moderator

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    This Truck is So Pimp :)

    I love it..
     
  10. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    the shell is a century CTC? seems to ba nice cap, originally planned to ditch it and buy a new goose, but the shell is growing on me. traded out the chromies for aluminum wheels. whatcha think? ai4.photobucket.com_albums_y122_35xj_newwheels.jpg
     
  11. GSW

    GSW Well-Known Member

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    I picked my truck up a few weeks back and it had a Leonard shell nearly identical to yours. I planned on ditching it too, but it's pretty nice to have and I'll never use a 5th wheel. If you want a chrome Mopar bug shield I can hook you up. :D
     
  12. MR. GADGET

    MR. GADGET New Member

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    Nice I got an 03 and it has been a good one.
    I always run between 17k and 19k loaded and heading to the trail and could not ask for anything more.
    What you do with the Chrome wheels? I'm looking some to put mud tires on when I'm not towing with it.
    Jon
     
  13. SpydyrWyr

    SpydyrWyr Member

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    So who do you think you are, Michael Waddell or something?!? Just kidding, very nice truck man, I'm diggin' the camo!
     
  14. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    the chromies went onto my buddies 04 dark grey. Its odd, but both trucks look better after the swap. As far as wheels for mud tires, how about hummer H2 wheels? cheep, not bad looking. May actually end up with em on mine when I go to 35's. What have you guy's done to your's? chips, Exhaust?
     
  15. cumminsdzl

    cumminsdzl Well-Known Member

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    Recently put a Quadzilla XZT in my dads 06. 65 hp 165 ft lbs. Made a nice difference. Power is up and so is mileage. 299 bucks is a deal for that in my opinion. Haven't towed with it yet, but the power at highway speeds is going to be awesome. The truck accelerates fantastic once it gets into drive and overdrive. It seems like it will really make a nice difference towing on the interstate.
     
  16. cj7jakfitch

    cj7jakfitch Active Member

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    03 F250

    This is my 03 F250 7.3 turbo disel when it was still at the lot.

    webtruck1.jpg

    webtruck7.jpg

    It now has a set of Swamper SSR 33x12.50 E rated tires. I will try to get some pics later.
     
  17. Jeepnmud74

    Jeepnmud74 New Member

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    :flipoff2:

    I still had mine first :D
     
  18. cj7jakfitch

    cj7jakfitch Active Member

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    :flipoff2: Yeah, but you're scared to show us what it looks like. Or too cheap to pay 3 dollars. :driver: :driver:
     
  19. NC_Mog

    NC_Mog Eurotrash Driver

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    Finally downloaded pics from the camera. Here is my '03 headed for Tellico.
     

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  20. cj7jakfitch

    cj7jakfitch Active Member

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    Here is my 250 after the SSR's were put on.
     

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  21. Jeepnmud74

    Jeepnmud74 New Member

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    Here is my 2004 F-250. My cheap ass finally paid that 3 dollars :D
     

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  22. 35xj

    35xj Well-Known Member

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    hey NC mog. do you have a leveling kit? How tall are the 315's mounted on your truck. been looking at doing the same to mine. thanks. dave
     
  23. NC_Mog

    NC_Mog Eurotrash Driver

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    No leveling kit. The pic shows it with 1000+ lb of tonque weight (2" of drop at the rear bumper). The 315s work well. Unloaded, you don't really notice them; towing, the engine's sweet spot moves up to a pretty high highway speed. Between 50 and 60 it can be a pain in the ass...and all that for good looking taller tires. :D The tires measure out around 34.5" or so. Maybe a bit less with weight on them.
     
  24. sqrl$$

    sqrl$$ Well-Known Member

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    See sig... also have 1993 D350 extended cab, CTD, auto, pw, pdl, tilt, cruise am-fm cass, exhaust brake, brake controller, tach, boost gauge, sliding back glass, rear jump seats, new electric dump bed (less than 2 months old). Truck is currently for sale if anyone is interested. $7500 (have it in paper for $8400) Very nice truck. 160K miles. Previous owner was a mechanic for Chrysler so it was maintenanced well.
     
  25. spraypaintman

    spraypaintman Well-Known Member

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    How much does the Mog weigh?
     

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