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Old 06-27-2013, 04:01 PM   #41
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Thanks all. I'll report in after the first pull
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Old 06-27-2013, 04:03 PM   #42
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If that does not work? New trailer too!
Yeah. That will be the next want. The new 2014 TT I just bought was centered around what my Yukon could handle. The new truck will probably toy with that trailer.
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Hello All
Thanks again for your help and suggestions on trying to isolate my problem. I fixed it the most economical way possible. I just bought a new F350 with the Powerstroke. I really liked my Yukon, but if I'm going to enjoy the TT I want to be able to pull it confidantly anywhere I decide to go.

I'll post pics of the truck and TT after we go camping for the 4th of July
The same strategy fixed my problem also a year ago. When pulling with that new 6.7, just remember there is a trailer behind you.
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