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Old 06-22-2020, 09:18 AM   #1
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Show me your tow setup

This is mine currently along with my s13. Show me what you tow with and what you tow plzzz.

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I use a Nissan Armada LE 4x4. This thing is a beast. It hauls my heavy ass car and trailer through the mountains with ease.

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Hemi Overland 4x4

Fully optioned Luxo-hauler. No problems pulling 6000lbs around at this altitude; 13.5mpg while up into the higher elevations.

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my lx470 has been a trooper. towed my car everywhere with it over the last decade. never had any real issues besides last summer when a puddle turned out to be a pond and made the auto height control tweak out replacing the ahc with a lift and bags instead of fixing it cuz i'm dumb

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Only had my GX470 for a few months. Just finished a bunch of maintenance including timing belt / water pump, radiator, Pullies, fan bracket, radiator hoses, valve cover gaskets, rebuilt started, intake manifold gaskets, injectors cleaned by RC engineering.

Finally had a chance to tow with it and it will be plenty adequate for my trailer and s13. It?s kinda a dog up large grades (like the hill up from Cajon Junction to hesperia where I was rolling along at 45-50mph). Got roughly 11.5mpg on the trip.

On flat ground there?s enough power. Brakes leave something to be desired and soon I?ll upgrade to gx460 calipers and rotors and new fluid.

Already bought a new Eibach lift kit and new front UCA and LCAs, will install those soon as well, and some other bits and pieces like Tundra wheels, window visors, doo-dads.

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2016 2.8 turbo diesel Colorado, i tow with a borrowed 18ft car hauler lol. Tows very well for a midsize truck. I get about 18-22 mpg on a fully loaded haul. I average about 24ish with daily driving.

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brake controller is on my list for sure!!!
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I had a pretty lengthy response typed out then realized it's probably not even worth it. I know Florida is riddled with a trillion new cases of bat fever-1999 or some shit so you're probably not long for the world. The rest of us will enjoy women who don't have a taint that you can have a family picnic in.
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I had a pretty lengthy response typed out then realized it's probably not even worth it. I know Florida is riddled with a trillion new cases of bat fever-1999 or some shit so you're probably not long for the world. The rest of us will enjoy women who don't have a taint that you can have a family picnic in.
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damn, i was setting you up for the old, "all women are loose when you've got a tiny dick" joke

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95 F-250, 351W ZF 5 speed manual. Tows cars anywhere, but I'm soon swapping in an LSD 4.10 rear to help in the mountains. Otherwise is rock solid and not that rusty for a northeastern OBS ford. Draw Tite trailer brake controller and an 18ft steel deck Eagle trailer.

I'm in the middle of getting my Great Grandpa's 92 F-150 back together to tow my S13 around with on an 18ft trailer. Have been wondering how the 351 will tow, glad to hear it should have no trouble, hopefully it won't squat too bad once I get the car loaded on the trailer behind it

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I'm in the middle of getting my Great Grandpa's 92 F-150 back together to tow my S13 around with on an 18ft trailer. Have been wondering how the 351 will tow, glad to hear it should have no trouble, hopefully it won't squat too bad once I get the car loaded on the trailer behind it

It won't have trouble, gearing is the main thing. I'm not sure if they ever had 4.10 semi-floating rears. Also, the ZF5 gearing is very beneficial, not sure if you have the M5OD or the 4 speed auto, but the F250 manual trans is a game changer in my opinion.

As long as your rear is higher numerically than a 3.55, I think it will do you fine.

That thing sure is purdy though.
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It won't have trouble, gearing is the main thing. I'm not sure if they ever had 4.10 semi-floating rears. Also, the ZF5 gearing is very beneficial, not sure if you have the M5OD or the 4 speed auto, but the F250 manual trans is a game changer in my opinion.

As long as your rear is higher numerically than a 3.55, I think it will do you fine.

That thing sure is purdy though.
Thanks, its in fantastic condition for its age. I'm really excited to get it back on the road, its been sitting for some time and needed a lot of love.

I'll have to look into what rear end its got, but it does have the 4 speed automatic.
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Thanks, its in fantastic condition for its age. I'm really excited to get it back on the road, its been sitting for some time and needed a lot of love.

I'll have to look into what rear end its got, but it does have the 4 speed automatic.
Being from Arizona, they must all be cleaner than what we're dealing with up here.

My first truck was an 87 bricknose F-150 with a 302. That towed my S13 (not the one pictured) well but only used dollies at the time. That was with a 3.55 rear and a Tremec 4 speed manual. Given that info I'm sure you'll be good. I'm glad I have a 250 now but a well setup 150 won't have problems just towing a lighter car on an open deck.
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Trailer is always a U-haul auto transport because renting a trailer is somehow still cheaper than paying for trailer storage.



curious where you go to. I'm not far from Lancaster county but don't venture south for events typically.
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