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October 2012 ROTM Contest! Truck fails and carnage!
The theme this month is TRUCK FAILS AND CARNAGE! We have some pretty good entries and LOTS of carnage. This was a very hard month to narrow down. Thanks to all who entered and congrats on those who made the cut. Check out the links below and vote for your favorite in the poll above! We have a bunch of awesome stuff to give away thanks to our sponsors this month! Big thanks to them!
1st place Sponsor and award comes from ROLLIN SMOKE DIESEL!
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TexasTurbo.....To answer your question about how we got it out in the other thread, we ended up having to unload every bale and it still wouldn't come out due to my shot clutch. We had to lift the trailer with the loader and move it about 2' to the side. Surprisingly nothing happened to the trailer.
I am very impressed with Texas Pride. I bought the trailer when I was living in LA and pulled it back home to MN to dad's farm. I hauled some VERY heavy loads on it, enough to bend the 8" C-channel neck. I bought it back down there to have them replace it (it was under a year from purchase) and they lifted it up to look at the springs and they were bent and the clips were off of them. So basically I was screwed since they won't cover over-loaded trailers. But the shop guy talked to the owner, and the owner said he doesn't like unhappy customers. They replaced the neck with a 10" free of charge. I highly recommend them.
Mine- 2012 - 2500 - CCSB - 4x4 - 6.7L - G56 - SLT - 3.42's - Ride Rites - Mini Maxx - Valair Quiet Dual Disk - Deleted at 4793 miles on 3-28-14
Mine- 1990 - W250 - RCLB - 4x4 - 5.9L - Auto - Stock - 233k miles and counting
Dads- 2012 - 3500 - CCLB - 4x4 - 6.7L HO - 68RFE - Big Horn - Max Tow - 3.73's - Ride Rites - XRT Pro - Deleted at 8159 miles on 6-16-14
Previously family owned Cummins - 2001, 2007, 2009
I was about to ask how as well... I had a Texas pride before my current one (sure pull) and it was a great trailer, if it would have been dual tandem I wouldn't have sold it. My sure pull has been a great trailer as well so far...
06 QCSB 3500 2x4 6speed
01 QCSB 2500 4x4 5speed
04 Freightliner Century 515 hp 14.1 Detroit 60 series 10 speed
06 ram 4x4, AFE CAI, MBRP 4" turbo back exhaust, 6" pro comp lift kit, 37" Toyo open country M/T, Auto meter phantom gauges (pyro, Boost, EGT), Skyjacker dual steering stabilizers, ranch hand bull nose front replacement bumper, 2 6" kc day-lighters,bully dog triple dog gt tuner, bd boost fooler, and more stuff to come
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