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        06-30-2011, 08:17 PM
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    Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
    I pulled a 2 horse bp for a friend with my expedition once when my diesel was being serviced. It did fine but I'd never do it on a regular basis. As others have said, too risky for a rollover, hard on transmissions and no power trailer brakes.
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    an expedition is a very large suv not like the smaller ones that most are referring to
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        06-30-2011, 09:02 PM
    I have yet to have a problem and the well trained mechanic who installed the towing package for me said that it wouldn't be an issue. It has a rating for a reason. Do what you feel comfortable with. We live in a hilly area and it does great. You don't have to own a truck to pull.
        07-03-2011, 10:26 PM
    My trailer only weighs 2500 lbs, I only haul my horse, and I'm extremely glad I went with a 3/4 ton truck to do it. I've already had several times where breaking was paramount. Had I had less truck, I think the trailer would have pushed me right into the intersection. I personally would not haul with an SUV. The wheel base more than anything concerns me. Too short and you're asking for a swaying trailer.

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