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RZRs, truck and MH

Discussion in 'Trucks/Trailers/Towing Discussions' started by upnover, Apr 7, 2015.

  1. upnover

    upnover Veteran Member

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    Been a while in the making but we finally made our first trip flat towing the truck with the RZRs in the bed. A little heavy but we made our Oregon dune trip and had the RZR to play and the truck to go into town for parts, food and a night at the casino.

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    carnivore Registered Member

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    That's quite the load!
     
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    pwm Assistant SSW Rally/Event Director Staff Member

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    How fun was it to fill up with fuel?
     
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    Fuel is never fun but I was able to find diesel for under $3 a gallon and as low as $2.50 a gallon in Oregon. I averaged just under 9 MPG with the truck in tow which is about 2 MPG less than with the trailer or jeep.
     
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    pwm Assistant SSW Rally/Event Director Staff Member

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    Thats not too bad.
     
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    No, not as bad as I would have thought.
     
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    I suspect its a diesel truck with water-tight air intake and exhaust pipes routed rather high up the body.

    Porbably a water tight cabin too.
     

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