Tremors Towing Things

RyanP

Tremor Fiend
Joined
Apr 8, 2021
Messages
333
Reaction Points
729
Location
Michigan
How do you control that load? The tires could fall off and you wouldn't notice any change.

For some reason it made me think of this.

Haha i only towed it to my buddies 5 miles down the road 3 miles of dirt at 30mph
 

Caddy507

Tremor Buff
Joined
Jun 8, 2021
Messages
65
Reaction Points
191
Location
Eagle River, AK
Current Ride
2022 Oxford White Lariat Tremor, 7.3L
Current Ride #2
1969 Chevelle / Primer / 8.4 liter big block Cadillac
83B55BB8-B593-47A6-A26A-40BE8782EDB6.jpeg
 

Attachments

  • F1660A64-635B-427B-BD38-008C2DE88C98.jpeg
    F1660A64-635B-427B-BD38-008C2DE88C98.jpeg
    799.8 KB · Views: 67

Caddy507

Tremor Buff
Joined
Jun 8, 2021
Messages
65
Reaction Points
191
Location
Eagle River, AK
Current Ride
2022 Oxford White Lariat Tremor, 7.3L
Current Ride #2
1969 Chevelle / Primer / 8.4 liter big block Cadillac
@Caddy507 what are your thoughts on the Solo Stove???
It is great, looks pretty smoky there but all our wood was wet. Once it warms up there is not much smoke. You can see the grate there, we put that over the top for some cooking, also had a tripod we used to hang a pot of chilli boiled quick.
That is the largest size and there are more cooking accessories now. Big enough to set a dutch down into, will be trying that next time.
 

Birdhunter39

Tremor Fiend
Joined
Nov 20, 2021
Messages
441
Reaction Points
830
Location
Md
Current Ride
'22 7.3 Stone Grey
First Responder
To the dinner bell
We have one and it is lousy for radiating heat. Very efficient at burning wood though so i'd think cooking directly over it is probably pretty effective.
 

Caddy507

Tremor Buff
Joined
Jun 8, 2021
Messages
65
Reaction Points
191
Location
Eagle River, AK
Current Ride
2022 Oxford White Lariat Tremor, 7.3L
Current Ride #2
1969 Chevelle / Primer / 8.4 liter big block Cadillac

Caddy507

Tremor Buff
Joined
Jun 8, 2021
Messages
65
Reaction Points
191
Location
Eagle River, AK
Current Ride
2022 Oxford White Lariat Tremor, 7.3L
Current Ride #2
1969 Chevelle / Primer / 8.4 liter big block Cadillac
Can’t remember if I shared these, Houston TX to Eagle River AK, February 2022
Fueling up in Canada
Second picture, ~4900 miles over 7 days
Little (700ish miles) detour for the trucker blockade at the border.
Guessing trailer plus load was about 4500#
 

Attachments

  • 2D8D8A32-BE8E-47F0-8538-820FDD91FECF.jpeg
    2D8D8A32-BE8E-47F0-8538-820FDD91FECF.jpeg
    461.8 KB · Views: 31
  • F8CD621A-61A7-4A6D-8D64-31148D94A500.jpeg
    F8CD621A-61A7-4A6D-8D64-31148D94A500.jpeg
    375.2 KB · Views: 31

Parksoffroad

Tremor Fanatic
Joined
Mar 24, 2021
Messages
199
Reaction Points
435
Location
Sonoma County CA
Current Ride
2020 F-350
Got to tow a dead boat around a piece of property a friend bought today. There are two of them, this one was at the back of the property, and there is a cabin cruiser down by the front of the property. (both free for anyone that wants to come pick them up by the way! ) Had not been moved for many many years.

Also hauled the tallest thing I think I ever have, their trampoline, from the old house to the new one. My first through was to just throw it in the back of the truck, its not heavy just clumsy. Then I started doing the math and realized it would be pushing 19-20 feet tall and decided against it. Split it in half and hauled it that way, but it was still pretty tall!
IMG_6404.JPG
IMG_6401.JPG
 

Sludgemonkey44

Founding Member
TOTM Winner
Joined
Jun 23, 2020
Messages
1,416
Reaction Points
5,288
Location
Butler, Pennsylvania
Current Ride
2020 6.7 F250 Super Duty Tremor in Silver Spruce
Current Ride #2
2022 KTM 500 EXC-F Six Days
Loaded up for jeeping tomorrow!
Nice setup! You ever drag them to Butler for the Bantam Jeep Festival? Every summer the entire area around here is inundated with Jeeps of all shapes and sizes for a few days during the festival. It’s pretty crazy.
 
Top