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You'll need to put a load on it. Honestly, for the amount of money this may cost you out of pocket, I would probably be more than willing to go get the trailer and load it up just to get the work done.
Either that or you can get a U-Haul or similar car hauler and load it with another car (heavy preferably) and tow it around. I don't know what size horse trailer you have or if it's a 5th wheel or not, but that may work.
Otherwise, you could just get it warm and find a big, long local hill and go full throttle up it. You may end up doing more damage though but it may make your truck puke.
One more option, load the bed down with about 2 cubic yards of topsoil or sand. That should cost about $50 total and would put the strain on your truck going up a hill.
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