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Old 11-21-2008, 02:28 PM
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got my first truck so im done with one major hurdle. now for my first walk behind a trimmer a edger and a blower




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only 87k one owner awsome shape. no dents only two small rust spots
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Nice. Congrats.

What are your trailer options? You may want to budget for a hitch kit instead of that bumper ball.



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hitch kit will be the first thing i do. going with a 6' x 12' trailer
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hitch kit will be the first thing i do. going with a 6' x 12' trailer
If your getting a 6 x 12, I suggest you get a 4 foot side ramp, check out my post if your not sure what I am talking about, you won't regret it

http://www.gopherforum.com/showthread.php?t=7603&page=5
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Very nice!

What were you using before that truck?

What made you decide to go with the full size vs a smaller truck?
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im going with a basic trailer for now. i got a hell of a deal on this truck. decided not to get a smaller when it would have cost the same as this but with higher milage. steve.. i was using my partners f350 and his equipment. next up is a walk behind. what do you guys reomend for hitches
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I would base my hitch choice based on the weight of trailer I would be pulling.

I don't know what the rating is on your bumper hitch but with a small enough trailer, that could get you started.

Otherwise, you can bolt on a class III hitch or so and it should be pretty cheap.
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