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MORPWRR



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Registered: June 2000
Location: Castle Rock, CO USA
Posts: 1,622
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What it looked like double trailering at 70 feet long and 24,000 pounds heavy. Fun part about it was friends traveling with us had a hard time keeping up pulling a tent trailer!
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lovemypwrstroke
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Registered: May 2003
Location: Lodi, Ca, U. S. A.
Posts: 122
10:36am Rating: 10 

That is what im talking about! Ive got the boat all I need is the 5er (and the license). Now that is camping.

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2003 F-250SD 6.0, 5 Speed Auto, SRW, 3.73's Crewcab,Long Bed,FX4 Dark Shadow Grey, Lariat trim with a 6" superlift, 35" Toyo AT's, MBRP Single Turbo back, AFE Magnum Force, 3 Guage Pillar from City Muffler & Performance, Line-X, Prodigy, Tuff Country ladder bars. Gotta be the best wakeboard boat hauling machine ever made

2002 Ford F-150 (work truck)
2004 Calabria Pro-V (for my sanity)
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djlehmann

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Registered: April 2002
Location: Richardson, TX
Posts: 127
11:47am

doing the same thing

http://www.texastackle.com/rig.htm

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2003 F250 Lariat 4X2 Crew Cab 3:73LS Auto
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Hornet
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Registered: April 1999
Location: Hallsville, Mo
Posts: 228
10:05pm Rating: 2 

And you're proud of pulling like this? Hope you don't kill someone.

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Hornet
2000 F350 S/C Dually, 6 Speed, Post EGT, Boost Gauge, Bradford Built flatbed, no chip. Hallsville, Mo.
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MORPWRR

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Registered: June 2000
Location: Castle Rock, CO USA
Posts: 1,622
2:12am

Yes, as a matter of fact I am proud of towing this tens of thousands of miles safely and legally! I went to a lot of hassle to get the proper license and find out what states allow and do not allow doubles.

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adrianspeeder
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Registered: March 2004
Posts: 800
2:20pm Rating: 10 

Thats pretty cool
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TooMuchBoost
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Registered: November 2003
Location: Hotlanta
Posts: 1,850
2:26pm Rating: 10 

Sweet!

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Bobcat698
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Registered: April 2003
Location: Amherst , WI
Posts: 3,016
4:05am Rating: 10 

Awesome setup! How does she pull? Must be quite fun maneuvering!
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DuallyDoug
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Registered: August 2004
Posts: 23
11:27am Rating: 10 

Looks like you've got all the right toys!

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2004 F350 King Ranch
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teal93cobra
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Registered: June 2005
Posts: 30
8:22am Rating: 10 

My wife likes the water in the back ground. Pretty nice setup you got there. Enjoy it.
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