What do you tow or haul?

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  1. Erki

    Erki Well-Known Member

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    My camper, it ain't pretty but its mine.

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    Moving my sister-in-law

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  2. silverado13

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    trees out the ground in the back yard, thats about it
     
  3. Old77

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    I'll be hauling loads of mulch in a few weeks
     
  4. ProShoCustoms

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    Anything I need to pretty much. lol. My '97 has hauled a bed full of concrete blocks, dirt, gravel, campers, a few cars, anything in between..don't have any pics but these of recent hauls from moving.

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  5. 962000chevy

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    My 2000 hauls a small dump trailer(10k) at work when I need it to.( never filled near that full), also haulsy dad's tractor around when he asks and pulls my boat whenever time and money allow. It pretty much does everything I ask of it and I take it extra easy just to try to keep it around.
     
  6. RAGMC

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    My car and horse trailer.
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  7. silverado13

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    hey ragmc, you aught to make a album on your profile, id love to see more of your trucks
     
  8. RAGMC

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    Thanks yes I need to.
     
  9. 962000chevy

    962000chevy Well-Known Member

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    Today I hauled 48 cement blocks and towed a skid steer. That will NEVER happen again.
     
  10. Erki

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    Hooked up and went out last weekend with my little single axle 5th wheel

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  11. silverado13

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    might have to tow my parents 27 foot camper next month, itll just be around a camp ground but ill be fun
     
  12. HD2500

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    the boat and my 74, once.
     

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  13. squeaky3

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    Not my current truck, but the heaviest ive ever had to pull. current truck doesnt haul much because of its height.

    My old 07 lbz ccsb pulling a trailer with a bobcat and a bed full of compacted mulch. Was so compacted it took almost 2 hrs to chip away at it to get it out. used the bobcat bucket and shovels to pack it into the bed.

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  14. HD2500

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    Your 07 LBZ is exactly what I'm looking for. what made you leave the diesel world for a gasser?
     
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    well that lbz the payments were just to much for me anymore so I traded it in on an 03 but it ended up needing injectors and didnt have the coin for that so traded that in on my 6.0 gasser.

    I want back into the duramax world bad still/again. I miss that lbz all the time. was a good truck and fast for a ccsb truck, ran a 13.4 on a stock trans with just tunes, intake, full exhaust, lift pump, cognito brace kit and tie rod sleeves on mtz tires
     
  16. HD2500

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    wow...I'm not into drag racing, but that kind of get up and go would be awesome! How much do clean LBZs go for in your area? All the ones that I find that meet my criteria are 30k+ :(
     
  17. squeaky3

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    usually start around 23-25k for a stock lbz, 25+ for one thats been modded at all usually

    sometimes you can find a decent lbz for around 20k if you find it as soon as it is listed because they dont last long.

    My next truck will be a ccsb with a built trans, wouldnt care if its an lb7 or a lbz as long as it has a built trans because I dont wanna buy a truck and drop another 6k into a trans for it
     
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    That's about 3200 lbs of countertops that we delivered and installed today. All in a days work.
     
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