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Old 01-07-2017, 09:53 AM   #21
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Curious as to how the HTs pull with the 2017 Fords.. Is your 4x4?
2X with electronic rear axel for positive traction. Pulls very well with B&W hitch. Bed is 8' so do not need the reese sidewinder on the 5er. Pulled almost like nothing was attached. I just set the cruise control to 65, sat back and enjoyed the ride from Burton Campers in Calera, Al to Crane Hill Al. Made it before the snow and ice hit.
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I have the exact same 5er you will love the rear living. IMO their best floor plan.

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