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2017.  A year that will go down in history.  A total solar eclipse shifted across the U.S. for the first time since 1918. The most damaging natural disaster in America’s history, Hurricane Harvey, strikes Houston, causing over $125 billion in damages. The Ford Motor Company changes the receiver tube size on its F-250 Diesel and F-350 and up trucks to 3”. Why did the pick-up that is built for America change to the biggest, but least common receiver size? What are the benefits and drawbacks of the new Ford receiver size? The fourth generation of the F-250 and F-350 and up...

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Heavy Equipment Towing, How do you haul heavy equipment, How do you pull a heavy load, Safety tips for hauling heavy equipment, Tips for hauling heavy equipment, Towing Heavy Equipment, What Towing Equipment Do I Need for Heavy Duty Towing -

Towing Heavy Equipment You own a truck for a number of reasons. You like its durability. Owning a truck means having the extra space for carrying your gear. Owning a truck means having the functionality of going off-road whenever you choose. It means you can tow a travel trailer. It also means you have the option of towing heavy equipment whenever the need arises. When the job calls for it, owning a truck means that you can tow heavy equipment like boats, cars, other trucks, mobile generators, mini excavators and skid steers. But what towing equipment do you need for...

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F150 towing Capacity, F250 Towing Capacity, RAM Towing Capacity, Towing at max capacity, Towing Capacity, Trailer Towing Capacity, Trailer Weight vs Towing Capacity, Truck Towing Capacity, What is towing capacity -

Whether you're connecting a fifth wheel or a horse trailer, you need to know that your vehicle can handle the added weight. But with so many factors that affect your vehicle's towing capacity, how do you know if your vehicle is up for the job? We'll break it all down for you here. Ways to Determine Your Vehicle's Towing Capacity While tons of people make a fuss about towing capacity, there are usually two surefire ways to figure out what your vehicle can handle. First, you can check the owner's manual. Just about every SUV and truck on the market...

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Boat Trailer Maintenance, How often should a trailer be serviced, How often should you grease utility trailer wheel bearings, How to Maintain a Trailer, Trailer maintenance Checklist, Trailer Maintenance Tips, Trailer Service Cecklist -

When was the last time you looked at your trailer and thought about maintaining it? It's often one of the most overlooked parts of your towing setup, but just because it doesn't have oil doesn't mean that it doesn't need routine maintenance. But what exactly are you looking for when you service a trailer, and how often should you do it? We'll break it all down for you here. Trailer Maintenance Schedules Just like your vehicle, each trailer has a maintenance schedule that you should follow for proper operation. But if you can't track down your trailer's service manual, you...

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How long should trailer safety chains be, Safety Chain Hooks, safety chains for trailer, Safety Tow Chains, Trailer Safety Chain Attachment Points, Trailer Safety Chains -

Safety chains are one of your trailer’s most essential parts and are crucial in towing a trailer safely. Safety chains attach the trailer to the hitch of the tow vehicle. The chains should be strong enough to hold the tow vehicle’s weight and the trailer, should they need to do so. Each chain should have a different attachment point to the tow vehicle. Having safety chains of the correct length is extremely important for safety. You should ALWAYS crisscross your safety chains beneath the hitch and coupler. While crisscrossing them, be sure that you’ve allowed enough slack in the chains...

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