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Old 05-17-2024, 06:57 PM   #41
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I think anyone thinking a 1500 1/2 ton truck is enough to tow anything over about 5000lbs should be lead to this post!!!
GOOD READING!!!!.

Don
I have been reading through this thread figuring someone would chime in about towing with a 1500.
Three years ago I was in Hardin Montana visiting my brother. He wanted us all to go camping up on the Big Horn Mountains up out of Dayton Wyoming which is Hwy14. He had a Ford F250 7.3psd 5spd manual and his medium size 5th wheel and I had my RAM 2500 5.7 Hemi 8 spd and my 5th wheel. I let him take the lead but at the first passing lane I selected 5th gear at 3200 rpm and smoked him and waited for him to catch up to me at the pullout at Steamboat.
He asked me doesn't your truck overheat? I said not if I keep it wound up and the air moving through the radiator.
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