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Thread: Welcome to the Tow Rig Forum!

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    Welcome to the Tow Rig Forum!

    Because so many of you out there own big full size trucks and use them to tow your rigs, Cindy and I thought it would be a great idea to start a new sub-forum and specifically to highlight them. Please use this forum to post up questions and discuss topics regarding all full size trucks and regardless of make and model. Enjoy!

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    Awesome idea Cindy and Eddie! I can't wait to see what kind of tow rigs and daily drivers people here have!
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    Great thread idea. Although I didn't tow a Jeep, I towed other things. Here's my old F350. 1999 with a 7.3L motor. Sold it with 290k on it and it still ran great. Had a 4 inch lift, lariat, chipped, intake, exhaust, etc. Was a fun rig with lots of power but sucked to park in a town like Boulder where the parking committees purposefully design parking lots to punish anybody but a Prius or SmartCar owner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Great thread idea. Although I didn't tow a Jeep, I towed other things. Here's my old F350. 1999 with a 7.3L motor. Sold it with 290k on it and it still ran great. Had a 4 inch lift, lariat, chipped, intake, exhaust, etc. Was a fun rig with lots of power but sucked to park in a town like Boulder where the parking committees purposefully design parking lots to punish anybody but a Prius or SmartCar owner.
    Nice. The 7.3l is a great motor. I'd love to find a low mileage, clean one, that isn't listed for more than $15,000
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    My 2005 2500HD Duramax/Allison 4x4










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    Quote Originally Posted by rsbad454 View Post
    My 2005 2500HD Duramax/Allison 4x4
    Those wheels scream mall crawler

    Nice truck!
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    I'll play, here's my lil 5.3l 16' Silverado. DD and tow rig when I need it to be. Not the biggest or most powerful ( or diesel) but it does what I need it to doIMG_20160506_184218450.jpg

    Sent from a guy with a jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by BananaJeep View Post
    Those wheels scream mall crawler

    Nice truck!

    Pretty much, it's just a toy hauler....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsbad454 View Post
    Pretty much, it's just a toy hauler....
    So let me get this straight... You have,

    a '15 Rubicon,
    an awesome CJ5,
    and a badass diesel to haul it all?

    I'm extremely jealous! LOL
    2006 Jeep TJ
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    Yes!!!

    My 2003 F250 with the venerable 7.3 towing my then stock JK.

    I drive this almost as much as my JKU.
    Gets better MPG too!!
    And is way faster on the mountain passes.


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