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Discussion in '1936-Present Suburban' started by dleroy43, Jan 28, 2007.
Just wondering if anyone tows there burb to the trails.
If so what is your tow rig and trailor.
Better be heavy! I'm guessing 1 ton with gooseneck.....diesel prefered.....but a 3/4 with bumper pull might work too.
Tow my Sub with my Sub. The trail rig is an 86 with 35's and the tow rig is an 89 3/4 ton with 33's. If I continue to use the 89 as a tow rig... I am seriously considering converting to dually and adding airbags and such things to make it a better tow rig.
I towed my burban with a chevy single cab 3/4ton 2wd, and with a crewcab 1ton 4wd SRW.
Obviously the longer crew cab towed nicer but the 3/4 ton did fine, I don't have the crewcab anymore so all my towing now is with the 3/4 ton reg cab.
Mine will be towed once I can get a trailer. The second truck in my sig is the tow vehicle(wife's truck actually) until it is paid off and I get a 1-ton with a diesel(hers is an extended cad standard bed with a 6.0 with an NV4500.)
So a 2500hd with 6.0 should work for just several times a year . I just need to buy one first . I am going to put the burb on a diet soon anyways
i have a 2001 2500HD with the 6.0L and a hole in the bed for the goose neck that I am considering selling. it comes with some extras installed too. let me knof if youre interested.
here ill play...sub pulling my blazer...but if i could do it all over again i would have gotten a cummins...tons of power out of one of them...sorry about the fuzzy pic..
We're talking about towing THE suburban, not WITH the suburban
Just one more!! I do not know any thing about it..
Dang, you could camp out under that thing!!!
how the hell did he open that door?
From the inside, and then he jumped and broke his leg
I have looked and looked, but don't see a ladder anywhere.
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