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11-10-2019 03:10 PM
KRF250
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Originally Posted by hogbody View Post
How long have you owned it and how many miles do you have on that 6.4.
I just got the skid steer last week. The truck only has 84K on it, lots more miles ahead of it
11-10-2019 02:52 PM
hogbody
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Originally Posted by KRF250 View Post
Towing my brand new Cat 259D3 skid steer, bucket, pallet forks and auger on my 14K equipment trailer. The truck handled it like a champ.
How long have you owned it and how many miles do you have on that 6.4.
11-10-2019 02:18 PM
KRF250 Towing my brand new Cat 259D3 skid steer, bucket, pallet forks and auger on my 14K equipment trailer. The truck handled it like a champ.
11-10-2019 11:34 AM
hogbody What trailer?
11-04-2019 06:50 PM
nitrogen ^^^^ at completely friggin ridiculous prices. 2500 for a relatively small tank to replace spare tire.
11-04-2019 04:13 PM
JustinOOO9
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Originally Posted by Henry5105 View Post
Noticed that as well... readjusted the hitch right after the photo... wish I could've fixed the fuel tank to...
Transfer Flow and Titan tank make bigger oem fitting replacement tanks and different style in bed direct connected and transfer tanks all depends on yr/make and they are coming out with more every year. They have a large selection for the big three diesels too. Ford, Dodge, Chevy/GMC too.
11-04-2019 02:23 PM
nitrogen If you look at truck like the Chevy 5 ton or class 5 cube trucks they frequently use a real nice rectangular tank that would fit the front of the box and give you 40-60 gallons. Plenty to run hard all day with a trailer if you want
11-04-2019 02:16 PM
Henry5105
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Originally Posted by nitrogen View Post
Back end squatting, front end lifting. Short box = stupid little fuel tank
Noticed that as well... readjusted the hitch right after the photo... wish I could've fixed the fuel tank to...
11-04-2019 12:27 PM
jullsplv First truck i've ever owned, first diesel... This was my first experience towing anything, specially a vehicle with no front end. Lots of hope and my actual shoelaces (holding the trunk shut) got me home. Goal is to eventually get a travel trailer, making sure all the updates hold up before i do.
11-04-2019 12:15 PM
nitrogen Back end squatting, front end lifting. Short box = stupid little fuel tank
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