Posted by William Fissell on February 19, 2013 at 15:14:28 from (18.104.22.168):
I bought a beater F250 to pull my tractors with. 7.3L V8 diesel, auto trasnmission. I guess any fool can hook up a trailer and use some Walmart straps to hold down a big chunk of iron, and get home most of the time, but myself I'm reluctant to learn this by trial and error.
The biggest thing I'll ever haul is a 5k pound ferguson backhoe. This will almost always be rare, but till involve an interstate or at least a state road- ie its not just around dirt roads and farm roads. Mostly x00 and or Ns. If someone can suggest keywords I should use when trolling CL for a trailer, and, MUCH more important, direct me to a step-by-step guide for purchasing and using straps or chains to hold my tractor on my trailer, I'd be very veyr appreciative.
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