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Old 07-24-2011
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Originally Posted by theelcaminoman View Post
the GVWR is more of a "I wouldnt advise towing more than this" type thing.
Really dude? Sure the truck might haul the load fine but the brakes are designed to operate at the GVWR. It is NOT a suggestion. Posting advise like this could get someone into trouble and maybe even liable for an accident legally
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Old 07-25-2011
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I never told him to do it. Im saying Id do it tho. Im sure your trailer plus 2 quads would be over 2000 lbs but not by much. If it were me, Id do it but its totally up to you
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