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Old 05-10-2015, 09:11 AM   #91
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Originally Posted by HSVBamaBob View Post
Not to start a war here but....

If you are going to go F250, what is the reason for not going the full monte and getting a F350? And, in fact a F350 Dually?

We are upgrading to a Cardinal and will be upgrading our truck and are looking to ya'll for advice
Well, I wanted a 350 but just couldn't find the right one that wasn't a dually, a work truck, or completely loaded. As far as the dually, that was due to my garage size. My truck fits like a glove right now and a dually would've been too wide in the rear. Plus, looking at the tow guides, a one ton SRW actually had 100 lbs LESS tow capacity! (at least in the Ford)

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Old 05-10-2015, 09:19 AM   #92
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Originally Posted by Gizmojo View Post
We have a RAM 3500 Dually diesel, pulling a 38' Prime Time Sanabel fifth wheel, weighing in at about 16000 lb fully loaded. The other day I had to cross over a five lane highway without a traffic light. Traffic on the highway was moderately heavy, so I floored the truck, and was doing 30 mph by the time I crossed the road! You just gotta love the low end torque of a diesel engine!
I know the feeling - Every time I ask something of my 3500 RAM Dually, it never ceases to amaze me what kind of power it delivers.....

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