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Old 09-14-2009, 03:41 PM
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What do you haul your boat with ?

05 ford power stroke
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Old 09-15-2009, 01:46 PM
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04 superduty with 5.4gas.not as much power as diesel but enough to get the job done.my last truck was a diesel and would pull anything but very expensive when it went to the mechanic.
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2009 Dodge 2500 6.7L Cummin's.
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Don't have a pic, but it's an "01" Ford Supercrew 4x4 with a 5.4. It has the ARS helper system on the leaf springs, and goes from around 15 mpg to 6 when it drags the boat.
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2004 Lincoln Navigator Ultimate 4WD. 32v 5.4 liter v8 with 300 HP. It's no diesel workhorse but it does tow the boat in style. Has every option including navigation, heated and cooled seats and a rear dvd player for the kids.
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:15 PM
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03 Dodge CTD





Note how large the boat or truck looks depending on the angle of the photo. The boat is actually larger than the truck.
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5.7 Tundra and Mako 250
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Old 09-17-2009, 07:01 AM
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Dont have one hooked to the boat yet, but 08' GMC Allterrain.
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2008 Yukon >> 1989 Cadorette
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I used to tow it with my Silverado SS, but sold that for the 08 Tahoe with more carrying capacity. Boat have done pretty well towing, tahoe was slightly better though due to a higher gear
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Ford F 450, since 2005 when I put her on a trailer
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This is what I use to use... before the price of diesel fuel went sky high.


Now this is what I use.
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[QUOTE=swinbourne;2520438]This is what I use to use... before the price of diesel fuel went sky high.

whats the price of diesel over there right now?
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C BISHOP,
I got rid of my diesel about a year ago. It was almost $5.00 a gallon then. Now it's about $2.55- $2.60 and gas is around $2.40. About two weeks after I got my Tundra the price a diesel dropped about $2. I was not very happy about that considering that was one of the reasons I got rid of my diesel.
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I like that custom helm seat!!!
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That tundra is awesome. I also like the lines on your Triton 351, What's top speed with those Verado's?
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Thanks for the compliments on the boat and truck guys. Top speed with 2 people, half a tank of fuel and good conditions we can get around 50mph. With only about a quarter of a tank, 2 people and great conditions we have pushed her to 53mph.
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2002 Chevy Silverado 1500HD 6.0, 3.73 gears
boat is 20' G/W Overnighter


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http://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-...-tht-pics.html Ok, this was a couple years ago.



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