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  1. Andrew T
    11-05-2018 08:22 PM
    Andrew T
    Hello, I'm sorry this has taken so long. The short Expedition has substantial overbuild because all the chassis components are the same as the long model which is several hundred pounds heavier. When you distribute your hitch weight with the torsion bars you transfer part of the hitch weight to the trailer tires. Since the Expedition is shorter you transfer more weight to the front wheels as well. So your F150 will be closer to its capacites than the Expedition. You can climb any mountain you want if it is pavement, really not an issue with the Echo Boost and 10 speed transmission.
    I hope this helps.


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  2. Life is a Highway
    Can you tell us about the up and down Hill performance for your F-150

    We just bought one with Max Tow but have not hooked it up yet. Fuel economy towing? Have you hooked up the back up trailer assist. I read people having trouble with the target sticker location because of the Propane Tanks.

    I was going with a F-250 diesel but the wife talked me out of it. Our new trailer is a 25 front twin have not picked it up yet. So far like the ride and fuel economy of the 3.5 on trips without towing.

    Regards, Hervey hforward@juno.com

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    2017 28' International
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Posted 07-06-2017 at 09:31 AM by Daquenzer Comments 0
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My wife and I are considering an Airstream. Probably in the 25 to 28' range. As I read the forum all kinds of options. A bit overwhelming. Due to where I live year round would prefer GM, Dodge, or Ford pickup, since servicing etc would be easier. So here are some questions that those experienced could help with, since I feel like a bit of an idiot on this. And maybe I haven't even asked the right ones:
1). Diesel vs Gas?
2). What kind of towing package features are essential?...
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