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Old 10-15-2013, 04:12 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Joseph Carozzoni View Post
We have a 2650S that was produced only weeks before the 7,500lb hitch was released (didn't know it was in the works). We tow a 3,600lb car on 1,350lb Aluma trailer (5,000++ lbs with “stuff”). We do have a w/d hitch, but went on two 7-hour round-trip trips without the w/d bars because we needed special brackets to install the w/d bars on the trailer (finally got them and will install, but no more trips this year). No sway at all. No squat at all – with 600lb tongue weight and 60psi in air springs, trailer lowered back only ľ”. The V-10 Ford with cruise control and tow-haul transmission mode kept constant 60MPH on 6-degree road sign marked grade between Cortland and Syracuse NY on I81. Won’t do that again as engine rev’ed to 5,000 RPM. But it was good to know what kind of thrust that V-10 can give.
i have a 2450S that we just love. I am originally from Cortland and it was just great to see "Cortland" in a post. I live in Kentucky and just miss "home".
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