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lray801
lray801

Shuttlemaster, try pulling a 36' toyhauler loaded to 10,900lbs, plus four adults with enough gear for motox-ing for a 3-day weekend up a 16% grade for six miles. Do that with your half-ton, then you can brag. Take it back down, and you're officially a man.

Chevypower79
Chevypower79

A Tundra driver calling an F150 "little" that's so funny!

hotrodlincoln1
hotrodlincoln1

Sorry, but the electronic trailer brake feature of the F150 would have been rendered useless on the U-Haul trailer. U-Haul trailers use a hydraulic pulse brake system that when the driver applies the truck brakes, the momentum of the trailer compresses the trailer tongue that actuates the trailer brakes. So really, he was towing a trailer that had little or no sway control at all.

hotrodlincoln1
hotrodlincoln1

Sorry, but the electronic trailer brake feature of the F150 would have been rendered useless on the U-Haul trailer. U-Haul trailers use a hydraulic pulse brake system that when the driver applies the truck brakes, the momentum of the trailer compresses the trailer tongue that actuates the trailer brakes. So really, he was towing a trailer that had little or no sway control at all.

Shuttlemaster
Shuttlemaster

Big deal !300 miles with a relativly light load that offeredno wind resistance.I tow a 9000LB 35' travel trailer.I have pulled it with my Tundra Crew Max from Nova Scotia to South Padre Island Texas 3 years in a row. This winter we took our trailor to Florida.Lets see that wheezing little ford do that.Tow REAL trailer for 20,000 miles or more without any problems , and then you can brag.

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