Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Hernando Beach, FL
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Re: Towing with 2001 F350 SRW
Good luck with your travels. In my old age, I am dedicated to wearing out bearings as my primary occupation. I believe God, nature, or whomever she may be in charge adds a day to our lives for every day we spend out on the road camping.
I'd be interested in a post when you get a hard number on the weights. Remember to weigh the front truck axle, back truck axle, and trailer axles on a separate pad of the scale. Drop the trailer, and then weigh just the truck's two axles on separate pads. That way, you'll know the trailer's tongue weight and your truck's true rear axle weight without the trailer. Scales are about $7 for the first weigh, and $2-3 for a second weigh withing 24 hours. You may be in for some surprises... I have always found the sticker weights on trailers to be less than accurate.
2011 Suzuki Burgman 650cc Rice Rocket Scooter 49 MPG, 120+ MPH, & 2009 Honda Shadow 750cc 51 MPG, 100+ MPH
2001 7.3 F-350 Dually Lariat CC LWB 4X2 Dark Green 4.10 4R100 5'ver Hauler (32' Montana 2 slides 10,500# - 2,000# tongue weight), 106 gal aux tank, 198K miles, nephews arguing over who will inherit it 'cause I'm gonna' drive it 'til I die. Bone stock.
SOLD 2001 5.4 Gasser F-250 XLT Crewcab SWB 4X2 3.73 4R100 98K miles headed to 150K stock as the day it was made
Before these: '00 F-250 CC PSD, '97 F-250 CC PSD, '94 Ford F-150, '91 Ford E-250, '81 Ford E-150, '66 Ford F-100 (cars not included)