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Old 01-19-2018, 04:45 AM   #21
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Does she use the hula hoop while baking cookies ?



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Old 01-19-2018, 05:19 AM   #22
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Does she use the hula hoop while baking cookies ?

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If you ever see a Silverado and Passport either at a gas station or campground and a woman is Hula Hooping next to it.... That would be us.
I don't think there is room to HH in the TT.
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The truck has no problem tugging the trailer down the road and your Ecoboost shouldn't either. The issue is payload and tongue weight.

I'd say it's payload, tongue weight, and BRAKING. I drove the heck out of some F-150s with the 4.6L and 5.4L V8s - both were solid motors. If they get the job done, use 'em. I can say, however, that more modern trucks are attracting higher tow ratings at least partly by brake size.... When I sold the 2004 Ford for a 2012 Tundra, the braking world was night and day...

And yes, our trailers (usually) have brakes.. But when they start getting big - especially in the 12k+ range on only 2-axles, I'll be darned if I've towed one that would stop very well on it's own...
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