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RE: 2017 F350 6.7. Inspection?

Ford factory new vehicle warranties don't have to be transferred. The vehicle is what carries the warranty, not the owner. Different story on extended warranties.
OH48Lt 02/16/20 05:29pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Heading to the Rockies for 5 or 6 weeks.

Did the same thing with my 2011 F150 3.5EB a few years ago. Handles uphill easily, does downhill OK with the tow/haul on, which it should be at all times when towing that trailer. Trans temp all the way out to the Rockies from Ohio stayed at 190. Going uphill wasn't an issue, and trans temp hit 205 by the time I got to the top of Wolf Creek Pass. That FAR from any problem. Also, I towed most of the way with 6 gear locked out. RPM's stayed around 1900, better fuel mileage and the trans doesn't hunt around.
OH48Lt 09/18/19 08:01am Travel Trailers
RE: Ford aluminum trucks

Total weight savings for a typical F150 crew cab 2015-up is about 700 pounds. YMMV. Walk through a parking lot with a bunch of aluminum Fords in there and see if you can find dents in an amount any different than steel trucks.
OH48Lt 09/15/19 07:24am Truck Campers
RE: What fuel do you run in your EcoBoost pickup? (not HO)

I normally use regular 87 octane fuel, mainly the top tier from CostCo. Have used 93 in the past a number of times, and I can really tell the difference in power. Its rather immediate too. The engine senses the better gas, and adjusts the cam timers accordingly. Mine is a 2011, and the owners manual advises that 93 (or did it say 91?) is the preferred fuel. Mileage will increase slightly on 93, about 1 to 1.5 mpg. Its not enough to justify the 18-22% upcharge for 93.
OH48Lt 06/04/19 08:52am Tow Vehicles
RE: Mouse Dilema - What would you do?

I needed to use a mouse trap once, long time ago. Went to bait it, but didn't have any cheese. A magazine I was reading had an advertisement for a cheese product, with a nice picture of a piece of cheese. I cut that out and baited the trap with it. IT WORKED !!! I caught a picture of a mouse.
OH48Lt 04/27/19 07:52am Beginning RVing
RE: Durango campground?

Another vote for Alpine Rose. Nice place, fishing close.
OH48Lt 04/22/19 01:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Will it?

I have the same truck in the Lariat trim. That short wheelbase with the 5.5' bed isn't the most optimum. My experience, towing a smaller and lighter TT, is that you'll get pushed around if you get any side wind. It was slow going (55 mph to stay in control) across Kansas a couple of years ago, and white knuckle time when those FedEx doubles pass you at 65-70 mph. Sure seemed to be a lot of them out there.
OH48Lt 03/18/19 07:50am Tow Vehicles
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