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      11-15-2009, 04:08 PM   #111
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Put the snows on "The Wifes" 335 today.So there are our 2 winter rides,the 335 & my work F150.

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      11-15-2009, 04:24 PM   #112
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Put the snows on "The Wifes" 335 today.So there are our 2 winter rides,the 335 & my work F150.

Perhaps without prejudice sir, you should invest sometime in fixing the landscape around your property, looks like those interlocking could be replaced before mother earth takes over. Here we have restrictive deeds that prohibit home owners letting there property's devalue
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      11-15-2009, 06:42 PM   #113
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Put the snows on "The Wifes" 335 today.So there are our 2 winter rides,the 335 & my work F150.

When you going to take the F150 to the track?

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Perhaps without prejudice sir, you should invest sometime in fixing the landscape around your property, looks like those interlocking could be replaced before mother earth takes over. Here we have restrictive deeds that prohibit home owners letting there property's devalue
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      11-15-2009, 07:01 PM   #114
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When you going to take the F150 to the track?



Well you should know as Al & You are coming up with me to spectate at the Tall Pines Rally next Saturday.I hear there is a "Starbucks" up there

http://www.tallpinesrally.com/
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Well you should know as Al & You are coming up with me to spectate at the Tall Pines Rally next Saturday.I hear there is a "Starbucks" up there

http://www.tallpinesrally.com/
Spectate? I thought we were participating! Looking forward to it!
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      11-15-2009, 07:12 PM   #116
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Spectate? I thought we were participating! Looking forward to it!
Please define "participating"?
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      11-15-2009, 07:16 PM   #117
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Please define "participating"?
I thought the deal was we were going to enter Al's car and take turns at the wheel?
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      11-15-2009, 07:27 PM   #118
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I thought the deal was we were going to enter Al's car and take turns at the wheel?
Nah,we really need an all wheel driven car to put it farther into the trees.

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And how it supposed to be done.
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Yeah good point - if you are going to go off might as well make it interesting! Cool vids! Ken Block! Nice!
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      01-16-2010, 06:01 PM   #120
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New winter wheels as of yesterday as in a new company truck.2010 F150 Supercrew Lariat with the 11300 lb hd towing package and all the good toys.
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Nice Truck - that should pull the trailer no problem!
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      01-17-2010, 11:12 AM   #122
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Nice Truck - that should pull the trailer no problem!
FunnyThats what I was thinking!
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FunnyThats what I was thinking!
You know Al is going to want to drive it now! Since he has become a Chevy to Ford convert....
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      01-17-2010, 11:57 AM   #124
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I thought the deal was we were going to enter Al's car and take turns at the wheel?
When he is the DD that quite OK with me
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      01-25-2010, 10:51 PM   #125
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OEM Winter Contis!
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      01-26-2010, 12:08 AM   #126
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OEM Winter Contis!
you drive a Z4 in the winter

my neighbour has one too the 3.0si sport pckg
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      01-31-2010, 11:19 PM   #127
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M3 hibernates from end of November 'til end of March.

Usually drive diesel Ford Excursion. It was spewing coolant all over driveway on Friday, so I used the wife's 2009 X5 Diesel to tow the snowmobile trailer this weekend. The short wheelbase made it a little twitchy, but it certainly had enough power.
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      01-31-2010, 11:50 PM   #128
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M3 hibernates from end of November 'til end of March.

Usually drive diesel Ford Excursion. It was spewing coolant all over driveway on Friday, so I used the wife's 2009 X5 Diesel to tow the snowmobile trailer this weekend. The short wheelbase made it a little twitchy, but it certainly had enough power.

6.0L in the Excursion?Triton Prestige trailer?

I was wondering how well an X5 would haul a trailer in winter.I have used F150's for the last 6 years with good results in hauling 4 place trailers.
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6.0L in the Explosion. I sometimes forget the trailer's behind it. The Excursion weighs so much and has a lot of power and therefore makes it the perfect tow vehicle. Unfortunately it needs repairing every half an hour and I will end up replacing it soon.

I thought about Mercedes GL350 diesel, but after towing with the X5 I don't think it would be a long term solution. It would work, but how long it would last is a different story. Therefore, it looks like I be testing the F-250 with the new 6.7L engine due in the spring.

It is a Triton trailer and the aluminum frame makes it nice and light. I either use it for sleds or a tracked Argo.

I have used an F-150 a couple of times and they pull great, just use a hell of a lot of fuel doing it.

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6.0L in the Excursion?Triton Prestige trailer?

I was wondering how well an X5 would haul a trailer in winter.I have used F150's for the last 6 years with good results in hauling 4 place trailers.
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      02-01-2010, 11:07 AM   #130
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6.0L in the Explosion. I sometimes forget the trailer's behind it. The Excursion weighs so much and has a lot of power and therefore makes it the perfect tow vehicle. Unfortunately it needs repairing every half an hour and I will end up replacing it soon.

I thought about Mercedes GL350 diesel, but after towing with the X5 I don't think it would be a long term solution. It would work, but how long it would last is a different story. Therefore, it looks like I be testing the F-250 with the new 6.7L engine due in the spring.

It is a Triton trailer and the aluminum frame makes it nice and light. I either use it for sleds or a tracked Argo.

I have used an F-150 a couple of times and they pull great, just use a hell of a lot of fuel doing it.
I had a 22' Triton Prestige and I used my 04 f150 and got about 11.5 mpg imperial towing at 120kph and when I used a F350 with a 6.4 still got about the same milege.The picture is at Deals Gap in North Carolina after towing 6 sport bikes down for a week of play.The new 6.7 looks like it should be a good engine,but still much more emmision control stuff including urea injection.


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Spotted this guy this morning on the DVP North... fairly nice winter ride I'd say, he shames you guys that store your lowly M3s for the winter.

Also saw another one on Saturday aft on the 404 near Steeles, can't beat cruising in your bright orange Gallardo in late Jan/early Feb. Must be nice.
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