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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Kronnie, Jun 24, 2007.
Very pretty. There are a few of those around here that haul 5th wheels.
I love them, but I wouldn't even want to know how much they cost.
They run on diesel, and yep i love the looks of these
hahha they cost a bit basic version is $67k
I love how those look, but they seem a little excessive... I can't imagine pulling up to the pump and filling up that bad boy
hahaha yeah would need to fill up were the lorries do
Real Nice trucks but no way i'd get one. My truck now is expensive.
Yep for sure these are a richer guy/gals play thing...well out of my range...
But would be sweet as to have one with the logo
SEXUAL FORUMS imprinted on its side panels hehe
If I were hauling a 40-foot 5th-wheel around the continent, one of those would be fantastic, but I don't think you could pull a 5th-wheel with the pickup truck bed on it. I pull a 5th-wheel with a standard F-250 4x4 (diesel), and it sets a little high for 5th-wheel campers. I think they do make them with a flatbed, made just for towing, unless that's an after-market custom thing that's done.
? Pulling a caravan you mean....if it has a towhook on the back of the jeep whats the problem ?
Im sure that F650 would do more than just pull it along....it probably would be extremly hard to notice it was even there without looking to make sure...
Seen those before. Very nice. Can you imagine how much cleaveage you would see driving that thing? lol
Those trucks are bad ass. My fac is the Cobra Performance
Yeah i love these trucks , big mean ( eco friendly, well more so than petrol driven cars)
Great for getting past police road blocks, for traffic jams.....for when someone cuts you up and steals your car park space hehehe
What I meant was that the f650 sets so high the 5th-wheel camper would have to be really, really high in the front to provide enough clearance between it and the top of the bed. It could tow a trailer simply by extending a hitch down to the right height, but a 5th-wheel has to mount in the bed of the truck. 5th-wheel campers are popular in the larger sizes because their towing weight is more evenly distributed to the truck, whereas standard trailers place all the tongue weight behind the rear wheels of the tow vehicle. 5th-wheels just aren't designed to be towed by vehicles that high, at least none I've ever seen.
ahhh my bad then....wasnt exactly sure what you had meant by a fifth wheel lol
pointless getting one of these for that situation then.......
But still id sure like one
I'd like to borrow one of those to push these tourists out of the way sometimes!! :rofl
I know what you mean. I'd also like one for when you see a good parking spot that is taken.
hahaha lmao both sweet reasons....i wonder what something that size would be like offroad
those are hot, my boyfriend would DIE for one of those