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naw mayn.. had that trailer maxxed out, should have gone with the goose neck.
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naw mayn.. had that trailer maxxed out, should have gone with the goose neck.
lmao I would tow it. But Ill have to get some pictures of some work being done.
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i dont have any pictures of my truck bein used, but my bed def shows it. use it for mulch/dirt/scrap metal and w.e else i can throw in the bed.
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Lets just say she weighed 5600 when I went there, and she weighed 4700 when I drove away...

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Sooo....the two I'm posting are like the only two I've got of my truck with anything in the back. lol.

I used to use it on occasion with my old plumbing laborer job when my work truck was down though...bed FULL of buckets of tools and materials. lol.




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i use my truck everyday for my two landscaping jobs, pulling a ten foot box trailers with mowers and such and hauling mulch and you know tools...ii just dont have any pics
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One of my interesting uses was pulling a Czech castle. A car next to me during tight city traffic after the parade asked me WTF was I pulling, and I told him it was my mobile home

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My 98... with a 22ft sylvan sitting on the bumper, just posing for a pic.
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My 01.. hauling a 95 Ranger, a POS Eclipse, and dragging a big log out of the woods.
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My 2000 with some firewood (damn I really miss this truck)
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Sold the ranger, so I could do some real work, the rangers tranny wasn't holdin up to the daily grind or just fitting sheets of plywood in the bed....

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Just out of curiosity, what would be the ideal height for a hitch ball? I'm wondering what offset receiver to go with?
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Just out of curiosity, what would be the ideal height for a hitch ball? I'm wondering what offset receiver to go with?
Depends on the trailer, height of your truck ect.
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my truck with a tiller and with a ton of dirt
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Right, I meant for use as a truck, not just hauling 1 spare or nothing
in that case, technically no
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Most I ever got to tow/haul. Moving the fiance's stuff when she went to grad school. I was way heavir than it looks. Under that mattress, box spring, and homemade frame is tons of boxes of books.

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i use mine for work every day, i got it parked in the drive way right now with about 2 grand in tools in it. and yesterday was hauling a 16' timbertech deck board on it... had it strapped from the roof and tail gate... and tomorrow i got to pull my tailor with the home owners old deck in it, should be fun... i will take a pic. i worked like a 14 hour day so i got home and said **** it left my truck as is and told the home owner im done and i will pick my trailer up in the morning... plus his house is on the way to the dump so i can hook up when its not dark...
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ok so i went and picked up my trailer from the job today ended up filling up my bed as well... there is a 120 square foot deck in the trailer as well as some other trash from 2 other jobs, and the rest is the scrap from the new deck which was about 442 square feet... went to the dump and went in weighing 7200 pounds and left weighing 4960 pounds... i dumped 2240 pounds off at the dump, it wasn't too bad on the truck either i thought it was going to be worse... but here is a pic of the madness...

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