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Old 03-21-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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Pulled the 365 out of storage

Well she froze up here last night so thought I should get the trailer out of the slough hole it was parked in last fall. Snapped a couple pics of the new truck hooked up to her. Time to get working on some mods.




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Old 03-21-2014, 08:54 PM   #2
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Hey, thats exactly what I look like hooked to my 365
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Old 03-21-2014, 08:55 PM   #3
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Old 03-21-2014, 09:08 PM   #4
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Luckily I don't have any of that crazy white stuff around mine

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Nice looking Rig! Someday a F 350 will be my TV!
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Old 03-21-2014, 09:32 PM   #6
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Pulled my 365 home yesterday. Started going through the storage areas and doing some maintenance tonight while the weather is nice. Will start packing things this weekend for our trip to FL next Friday.
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Old 03-22-2014, 06:38 AM   #7
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nice ehorn! I lovin your truck! wish we had gotten a dually 7 years ago when bought my truck when we had a TT, never thought i'd have a fifth wheel so large and our truck was payed for with cash. We can not afford a payment now for a new one. hoping for the best with this f250 long bed diesel. It towed great when we took our first trip out last nov. Im a die hard ford person.
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We are definitely ford people here as well, only thing that doesn't have a ford badge is the wife's lincoln navigator but that is close enough lol. Aquaman planning for the same to get maintenance and mods done up. First up will be cutting that door into the side of her. Then a few odds and ends. Might add a couple more batteries to our bank of four already, and a third solar panel to the roof as well. I want to order another set of the undermount storage boxes as well. Even with all the space in this thing we still don't have enough room to fit the kitchen sink in.
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I shopped around and was serious about a Dodge Ram dually, but hen I drove a Ford. That was all it took, I bought a Ford 350 Super Duty Diesel and I have no regets.

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Old 03-22-2014, 08:17 AM   #10
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Good to see some more ford fans out there, where it live and all my buddies dodge is what they must have, I admit too when we were looking we did consider switching sides, but then a slap in the face smartened me up and we stayed with ford. I miss my old 06 f350 but this 14 is sure a pretty nice ride.
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Old 03-22-2014, 12:30 PM   #11
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Good to see some more ford fans out there, where it live and all my buddies dodge is what they must have, I admit too when we were looking we did consider switching sides, but then a slap in the face smartened me up and we stayed with ford. I miss my old 06 f350 but this 14 is sure a pretty nice ride.
I'll admit the Ford is nice, and would be my 2nd choice, but I'm a Chevy man. I even had a 6.5 Chevy diesel with 350k on it before she blew a rod out the side, (could have been the 3k lbs in the bed). Of course, my GM discount really helps. Did stray once with a '99 F350 crew 4x4. That was a beast in the day, but pale in comparison to today's trucks.
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Great looking rig! Can't wit for my 365 to be delivered. May 1 can't come fast enough.
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Old 03-23-2014, 03:57 PM   #13
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Well, just to rub it in a little bit!! Here we are last weekend in the North Georgia Mountains at Moccasin Creek Campground. Love the view and it was the first long pull with the 6.7L.(90 miles). Absolutely no problem in the mountains. Love the power, just wish it had a better engine brake, but with manual shifting that's the way to go!!


And plus, I labeled my 5er in the trailer connection section so I can keep up with just how many miles I've pulled this trailer!

OH....and you guys with black trucks make me sick! My '13 is the first white truck ever and only my second 'non-black' vehicle in 30 years! At least you can't see the dust on the white!! LOL
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Well, just to rub it in a little bit!! Here we are last weekend in the North Georgia Mountains at Moccasin Creek Campground. Love the view and it was the first long pull with the 6.7L.(90 miles). Absolutely no problem in the mountains. Love the power, just wish it had a better engine brake, but with manual shifting that's the way to go!!
And plus, I labeled my 5er in the trailer connection section so I can keep up with just how many miles I've pulled this trailer!
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Once again your pictures are causing me to look at parks in GA and try to find time to make it down there
It also appears I will be looking online at my Ford manual to see how to name my trailer on the truck. That's pretty nifty.
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Once again your pictures are causing me to look at parks in GA and try to find time to make it down there
It also appears I will be looking online at my Ford manual to see how to name my trailer on the truck. That's pretty nifty.

On the information screen for the truck. Go to truck apps...this is down the left side of the screen.

Once there. I think the first one is the off road. Go one more and there you can name your trailer so you can keep track of miles.

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Glad to hear she pulled good. This is our first non black truck as well, lol it looks close to black but it is kodiak brown, soooo just as much of a PIA to keep clean lol. Campground looks great. Can't wait for the kids to be older so they can handle a trip down there sometime.
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