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Old 06-24-2008, 04:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1999 US CARGO TOYBOX Bumber pull

1999 26 foot enclosed trailer with living quarters.

onan 4000 generator
dual propane bottles
hot water
microwave
stove
fridge
toilet
shower
20 inch TV and satilite dish
5000lb torx flex axles with 16 inch aluminum wheels

Cargo area is 8 feet wide and 13feet long although some of the lenght is taken up by cabinets.


Located in San Angelo TX
$11,500
eolaflash@yahoo.com
Brandon 325-234-0173

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Old 06-25-2008, 01:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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will my toyota pu 1985 model 4cyl carb. be able to pull your trailer.please let me know very interested.thanks tiny
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Old 06-25-2008, 09:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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will my toyota pu 1985 model 4cyl carb. be able to pull your trailer.please let me know very interested.thanks tiny
Should not be a problem buddy, I see allot of different opinions here.....so I can only go by my own experience. My 1/2 ton pulls my camper/hauler just fine. Sometimes I wish I would have stepped up to the plate and got the 6cyl....but oh well. I went ahead and went with splitfire platinum plugs and high octane gas and it seems to do ok. Someday I am going to get tow mirror add ons so I can see the UTV that I am flat towing....I worry about it not being able to see it.

I also upgraded to 6 ply tires and AutoZones best shock.

I also run a Tornado insert in my breather tube....not sure what it does but it was cheap.

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