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Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Wichita, KS
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You won't even know it's there. If you can't see your trailer in your mirrors, add a flag so you can see if it is still there as you drive. As for how fast you can drive, all you can do is slow down if the trailer starts whipping at 75-80, but I really doubt you will have any trouble at all. There is no reason you should need any towing tune for this light a load.
Oh, if you should blow a trailer tire on the freeway, be calm, turn off the cruise and coast to a stop. Do not hit the brakes, or at least be very light and smooth with the application. If you get hard on the brakes to get to the side, the trailer COULD try to pass you and then you have a problem. Make sure you have a lug wrench for the trailer lug nuts.
01 F250 XL Ex Cab: RIP 12-15-2013
1999 F250 XLT 4X4 auto, Bully Dog 5" straight pipe, rest stock.
Last edited by Solid98; 06-12-2012 at 06:47 AM.