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Old 05-04-2015, 10:12 PM   #1
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First pull with my 33rlds with my F250 with the 6.7

First full weekend. We went to utah and went to lagoon amusement park. Around 350 miles round trip was able to try out new timbrens and the Anderson hitch. Towed great. I was able to Ave 10.2mpg round trip at 65 avg and there is quit a few hills. I forgot how well a diesel pulls put the cruise and forget it. I love all the room of the 33rlds layout. The 1st picture in in my drive way makes it look like like I'm not level my drive way is on a slant were my pickup sets. The second is on the way home after fueling perfectly level.
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Old 05-04-2015, 10:20 PM   #2
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Nice pictures. Sounds like you had a great weekend.

I do need to know something, with a rig that size, did the Andersen behave as you would expect? The nay-Sayers don't think it works very well on rigs as long and heavy as yours. I have one on my 20MRB and used it on my 2007 KZ Jag before that and it was great!

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Old 05-04-2015, 10:30 PM   #3
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It doesn't throw as much weight as some of the standard wdh but they now are putting a stiffer Polly donut on them and it helped throw more forward. but I love the way it pulls and is so simple to hook and unhook and almost no sway. I don't think I would pull the trailer with a half ton I think the tongue weight is too high. But can't complain about the Anderson.
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Thanks for the reply! Good to hear!

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There is no 1/2 ton that can pull that trailer you are looking at a lot of payload...

So much room in the trailer, lots of storage as well. Love mine!
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We love our 33RLDS. I just have whatever cheap WDH the dealer swapped out when we trading in our hybrid and have no problems with sway. The only mod to my Avalanche is airbags pumped to about 40 psi. I find the airbags control bounce more than anything..
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