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How to Tow a 5th wheel with a S10 Blazer!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sandracer799, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. sandracer799

    sandracer799 1/2 ton status

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    Saw these pictures over on another forum, thought yall would get a good laugh.
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    I need a Jaw Drop Icon.... :eek:

    Must be one of those structural tailgates. I like the block of wood from the gate to the hitch....

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    mr.smartass 1 ton status Premium Member

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    Kinda speechless... surely he would get pulled over, right?
     
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    The epitome of stupidity!
     
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    The hitch on the trailer alone is terribly ghetto rigged... and no brakes on the trailer either.

    I don't have words to describe it....
     
  6. sandracer799

    sandracer799 1/2 ton status

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    This guy must have been related to that person


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    Dang!
     
  8. mr.smartass

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    I want to watch them in action! From a safe distance of course. Would be even better if they were equipped with the mighty 2.8L!
     
  9. sandracer799

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    The one pulling the camper does in fact have the almighty 2.8!!:D
     
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    Can it move? :confused:
     
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    hey, at leat he put an extra set of chains on to support the tailgate ;)
     
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    I own (free truck) an s10 with 2.8 and you would have to be in low range to even have a chance at pulling either of those loads!

    This sort of thing is a good argument for the plus side of natural selection is it not?
     
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    Not for the other people on the highway with him. :crazy:
     
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    Talk about a case of the tail waggin' the dog!! :haha:

    What astounds me is the "forethought" that went into this. This guy ACTUALLY THINKS this is going to work.

    Lord have mercy,
    Buddy
     
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    Wtf??????
     
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    What is amazing is the amount of preparation in each of these loads. Figuring out the 5th wheel hitch and then loading the combine on a 7000# trailer so that the motor is on the back end thus not overloading the tongue!:eek1: :eek1:
     
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    guys just so you know even though i cannot see the pictures i saw an s-10 that was in a rollover accident on the way home today. reason being big hill+sharp turn+20' fully loaded flat trailer=1 f*ed up s-10 lol
     
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    i wonder how far the first guy made it, did the 2nd guy burn up his tranny?
     
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    I fixed the pictures so non members could see them too:D
     

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