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Old 04-02-2010, 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by PhantomChaos
I used to tow a Formula 312 with a Lincoln Navigator......similar truck to the Expedition. It had that auto leveling airbag suspension which was cool. I upgraded the factory hitch to a 15K hitch, but really......it was not a good thing. I had surge brakes....not too fun. Wasn't probably legal and if something would have happened.....probably wouldn't have been covered.

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Yikes!!! Thank you for sharing the photo's. That most certainly gives it some perspective!
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Old 04-02-2010, 01:29 AM
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Right now your probably wishing you had gotten an excursion... the way the markets been the last 2 years the price probably wouldnt have been any different either.
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Old 04-02-2010, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by ajacobazzi
Yikes!!! Thank you for sharing the photo's. That most certainly gives it some perspective!
I had a 312 and towed it with a 3/4 suburban......the 312 is alot less boat than a Cafe. That 312 was really all I wanted behind that 3/4 burb!!!
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There are some awesome Excursions for sale on eBay and AutoTrader right now.

An '05 with the 6.0L PSD or an '03 with a 7.3L PSD would be top of the heap.
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Old 04-02-2010, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by ajacobazzi
Yikes!!! Thank you for sharing the photo's. That most certainly gives it some perspective!
Good thing that Navigator was a leased vehicle.......went I turned it in, it didn't shift gears as well as it did originally. I then got a PSD Excursion.
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Originally Posted by PhantomChaos
Good thing that Navigator was a leased vehicle.......went I turned it in, it didn't shift gears as well as it did originally. I then got a PSD Excursion.
So how does that X pull your 45' Sunseeker Apache?
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Originally Posted by PhantomChaos
Wasn't probably legal and if something would have happened.....probably wouldn't have been covered.

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Nort, probably?????
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Originally Posted by Croozin2
Nort, probably?????

Good thing I never had to find out the hard way!
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