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Old 11-16-2013, 02:09 PM   #11
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My bud got nailed by GM when he returned his leased pick up, he had used it to tow a fiver and they charge him big bucks to repair the holes.

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Old 11-16-2013, 03:01 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sideout1961 View Post
Anyone towing with a Leased truck? Just wondering if any rules out there about not towing with a lease. Want to buy an new truck but will get a lower payment if I can lease.
I have had four F150 leases now. The first two, were used for trailer towing. The last two were fifth wheel tows. One truck that was used for 5er tow had a bed liner. I removed the bed liner, for the three year lease, while I towed the 5ver. At the end of the three year lease, I re-installed the bed liner. The truck I have now, I had the ford dealer throw in a free bed liner. I removed the bed liner this time again, for the two year lease. My sales person told me, as long as I did not cut the bed liner and replaced in at the end of the lease, its was O.K.

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