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    Tow rigs

    I'm curious what others are using to haul there jeeps around with. Im trying to make some decisions and can't decide, and could use some feedback from someone doing it regularly.

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    I'd recommend a trailer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I'd recommend a trailer.
    Lol, thank you!

    I guess I am being a bit vague. I am curious about what truck and trailer you are using? How about living quarters? Just curious what some of the guys on Wayalife are doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I'd recommend a trailer.
    Now this is funny

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    H&S motorsports tuned 6.7l Ford F250.
    We tow our boat, camper, and my jeep with it and it does great. No, not at the same time obviously.
    I have a buddy who tows his mud truck on 40s with a stock 2016 ram 2500 and it does great too.
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    Ours is a 4" lift on 37s

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    Quote Originally Posted by projectMMTB View Post
    H&S motorsports tuned 6.7l Ford F250.
    We tow our boat, camper, and my jeep with it and it does great. No, not at the same time obviously.
    I have a buddy who tows his mud truck on 40s with a stock 2016 ram 2500 and it does great too.
    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1466797013.482455.jpg
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    Ours is a 4" lift on 37s
    Great looking truck. What type of trailer do you use?

    I am looking at dodge 2500 diesel and a 20' gooseneck. I am kicking around the idea of a bumper pull so I could also haul a camper in the bed, but can't decide..

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    this was my set up. I have recently acquired a Rebel. (no pics yet)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    Great looking truck. What type of trailer do you use?

    I am looking at dodge 2500 diesel and a 20' gooseneck. I am kicking around the idea of a bumper pull so I could also haul a camper in the bed, but can't decide..
    We tow everything bumper pull. Jeep trailer I believe is 18ft
    Our camper is 36ft and we have no problems towing it either and outweighs my jeep by a lot. Invest in a good sway bar/stabilizer system for your camper if you get one and it keeps the trailer from wondering around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailraider View Post
    this was my set up. I have recently acquired a Rebel. (no pics yet)
    How did that pull?

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    On a side note we towed the camper with a tuned 5.0 f150 before we traded it and got the new truck and it did DECENT. But not GREAT. Night and day between the f150 and f250.

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