I agree whole heartedly with V-10man. I had a large, double axle trailer for a boat. To make a long story short ....I put replacement, passenger tires on one side and had a real mess on my hands - - after a couple of trips, had to replace with trailer tires due to edge/ sidewall wear and a shredded tire on I-95 at 70MPH with a 7000 - 7500 # load. Trailer tires are worth the extra effort (IMO).
Fog Lights with parking lights .... how does he do it ?
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2001 F-150 Super Crew Lariat 4x4
engine; Chestnut w/ gold trim; Captain's Chairs; Ford/ Duraliner
bed insert; Six disc CD changer
(in center console); Fosgate FNP1614 component speakers
(front); Pioneer TS-A6855 speakers (rear); 8 inch MTX sub
in custom built, center console, sealed enclosure; ZAPCO AG150 amplifier
; Moon roof; 98/99 Expedition center console; Bed extender; Class 3 trailer hitch
[This message has been edited by FedExPilot (edited 03-05-2001).]