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Old 11-23-2010, 11:41 AM   #11
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John, see if the dealer will allow you to do a "test pull" before signing on the dotted line. That way, you'll know what to expect before pulling out of there un-prepared. I agree with the others also, that's probably going to be one difficult pull with that taco. (like pulling with a Ranger or a S-10 or a Dakota) Do people do it? Yes, but it's a poor experience. My 2c. Randy

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Old 11-23-2010, 07:41 PM   #12
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I'll second all the above.

I now tow with a F150 instead of the Colorado. Yep the Colly would do it but it wasn't fun or relaxing. Yep the Taco is more truck than the Colly but the F150 is just a pleasure to tow with. Period.

Looks like you are about to do what I did so I hope it works out for you. In the back of my mind I knew I would be pushing it but didn't really think it would be that bad. The Colly is not a TV. Maybe the Taco is. I can't say, never owned one, just putting my 2˘ in.

Wish I could do that trip!!

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