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Old 10-04-2014, 04:14 PM   #41
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The 4.6L V8 is pretty small. I wonder if he is using P tires too!
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Old 10-04-2014, 04:16 PM   #42
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I tow a 41 ft wildwood 402qbq with a Toyota Tundra 4.6l fully loaded with gear and a yahama grizzly 450 in the back and it does fine at 65 mph so anyone saying that the tundra can't pull over 8200 lbs is full of it fully loaded is 14000 lbs on trailer and 8000 lbs on truck
Dry Hitch Weight: 1,075 lb.
Unloaded Vehicle Weight: 10,585 lb.
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Cargo Carrying Capacity: 2,431 lb.

And he tows it with a 1/2 ton Toyota 4.6l. Oh, ya! there is an atv that weighs probably 600 or 700 lbs in the bed. I've been on a couple of calls like that where the trailer, truck, contents and passengers are strewn all over the highway. And if they are lucky, they are still alive scratching their heads and wondering what went wrong. The next time you travel, please post your route so we can steer clear of it. That is just insanity.
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Old 10-04-2014, 05:44 PM   #43
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Wow. I have a tundra with the 5.7. Not sure what you're thinking but I would never in my wildest dreams do something like this. And think I'm gonna have to throw out the BS flag at the same time.


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yup on the bs flag
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