So i towed the LUV home whith the K-5 this weekend. It was sweet, i could tell the K-5 was protesting a little bit (208 gears 305 and a 700r4 makes for a great tow rig! ) but it towed the LUV whithout a problem. Well then day 2 of the towing weekend comes along and i drive up to mountainexplorers place to rescue the ford. We get the F-150 winched onto the trailer and hit the first problem. The straps arent designed for 33" swampers, so we air the tires all the way down and then i was able to strap it down. Now i have said 305 700r4 whith 308s K-5 pulling probly around 6,000lbs. Awsome. The truck had no problem pulling it (it just acted like it whanted to pull torque wheelies ) so i was on my way. Stops fine steers fine all is well, untill im going down hill and trying turn. Now i dont know what protocal on something like that is but i was able to keep it all in my lane so i think i did well. But the trailer started pushing the rear end around so the k-5 started swerving back and forth. What i did is at fist think of hitting the brakes but thought that would probly kill me, so i let of the pedal and held the wheel as straight as i could and when that didnt do it i eased into the gas and powered out of it. Is that kinda what your suposed to do? Well at any rate the K-5 impressed me in the past 2 days and i dont think ill ever tow another full sized truck whith a k-5 And on a side note i stopped after all the big hills to check on the tranny fluid and it NEVER go too hot to handle. I was able to hanld the ATF more than my upper radiator hose, so using this my tranny should be running perty cool right?