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« on: 12/05/17 04:06 pm »

  If the right tow mule comes along I will buy it. So my question of those who tow 6k to 9k.
Would you prefer traction control and stable track? Or would not want it on your tow mule.

  Should add 30 to 32 feet of trailer.
Mule will be 2500 or a 3500 hopping for a 2500 Avy.

  Thanks for any input.   

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« Reply #1 on: 12/05/17 10:26 pm »

Neither, the lockers and ABS work just fine.you don't want those systems thinking for you with a big azz trailer behind you. I don't even like the trailer brake controller thinking for me but the one I have has a manual override.

Any 2500 AV you find will be over 10 years old and is going to need some modifications to handle a trailer over 25-27 feet. The frames on a AV even the 2500s are not as strong as a Silver 2500HD
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