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Screamendemand

04-23-2019 13:36:27




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I have a 1978 ford 750 single axle truck it's got air brakes and kid of runs for I plan to put rings and bearings oil pump and gaskets and a new four barrel carb and blower I have 2 28ft hay trailers wondering how it would pull them I bought all the stuff off Craigslist the guy was planning to build one but got busy so i picked it all up for 700 new got the truck for free




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Screamendemand

04-24-2019 09:37:49




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 Re: 750 391 pulling in reply to Screamendemand, 04-23-2019 13:36:27  
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It will be on paved roads 65 mph 150 miles flat high way trails all have air brakes so stopping should not be a problem



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pcrh

04-24-2019 06:56:24




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 Re: 750 391 pulling in reply to Screamendemand, 04-23-2019 13:36:27  
Hi:

How heavy will the hay be and what will be the approximate weight per trailer. Does this involve traveling on paved roads and at what speeds?

This would be more a problem of traction. Will you have enouth traction to start the load rolling and once rolling, will you have enough traction to prevent the trailers from pushing the truck?



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