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    Sorry about the typos in the above 3 posts, This site would not let me correct them even though I clicked on the edit button several times right after I made those posts!

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    Typos are a way of life for me on my phone. I type with my right index finger but sometimes my thumb or middle finger mess things up.

    I thought I already posted about my Deere hauler in this thread. Guess not. I had to put my 2001 Ranger Edge out to pasture so I bought a 2000 4x4 F150 to replace it. It's pretty rare. I've only ever seen one other truck like it. I was specifically hunting for a 97-04 shortbox stepside regular cab and I'll be darned if this one didn't pop up at the local Ford dealer. I was actually looking for a 2WD but I really like the 4x4 version too. I could have bought my brother's 2001 Lightning but it was silver and I wanted red. And it really liked gas too.

    I uploaded the wrong pic and now it won't let me delete it. I was trying out different wheels in Photoshop.
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    • 2000 F150 4x4 shortbox stepside, 1976 Corvette, 1950 F1 Ford pickup, 1996 Splash 5.0 V8 project
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    I'm guessing this would be able to handle my 7' x 4' box trailer.
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    • 1981 JD 400, 1980 JD 400, 1975 JD 400, various JD 400 attachments, 1966 JD 110 RF, 1979 JD 214, JD L100, JD 111
    • Cub Cadet Model 71, Ford 8N w/6 ft Woods belly deck, Ford 860
    • 1990 EZGO (gator wannabe), 1997 Club Car and 1970 Cushman golf carts
    • 2000 F150 4x4 shortbox stepside, 1976 Corvette, 1950 F1 Ford pickup, 1996 Splash 5.0 V8 project
    • Armstrong 3 HP antique stationary engine (runs like a top) and a couple other hit and miss type engines





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    The little mowers load easy with an extra person.
    Back up north for this one
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    I've had the G-wagon for twenty years but the trailer is new to me. At last I don't need to rent anymore and can load without ramps.
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    Now that's a Deere hauler Jason. Beautiful truck. Are the box sides fibreglass?

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    • 1981 JD 400, 1980 JD 400, 1975 JD 400, various JD 400 attachments, 1966 JD 110 RF, 1979 JD 214, JD L100, JD 111
    • Cub Cadet Model 71, Ford 8N w/6 ft Woods belly deck, Ford 860
    • 1990 EZGO (gator wannabe), 1997 Club Car and 1970 Cushman golf carts
    • 2000 F150 4x4 shortbox stepside, 1976 Corvette, 1950 F1 Ford pickup, 1996 Splash 5.0 V8 project
    • Armstrong 3 HP antique stationary engine (runs like a top) and a couple other hit and miss type engines





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    Quote Originally Posted by army View Post
    Now that's a Deere hauler Jason. Beautiful truck. Are the box sides fibreglass?
    Thanks! It should haul a tractor or two.... Steel bedsides, definitely not fiberglass. Need to get the bed lined yet.
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    I’ll be picking up my “new” tractor hauler Wednesday! Well the wife says it’s the camper hauler... but we know better.
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