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Hobotrek

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2004 Ford Explorer XLT
Hello, I just purchased a 2004 Ford Explorer Xlt 4.0 with 62k miles. The truck is super clean. How are these things towing trailers the reason i ask is because I am very nervous now about the transmission! I plan on hauling 2 jet skis on occation, and eventually getting a small camper.
When i get near it i will take some photos of it. Thanks for this great site!!!

JE.
 


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Triton8273

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2 jet ski's really isn't all that much.

I'm guessing you only have the class II hitch?
 




Hobotrek

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Yea, i think the skis and trailer weigh 2100 pounds. It is the one inch hitch reciver, so im assuming it is.
 








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