Photos of Trailer(s) that you tow with your Expedition

Discussion in 'Towing & Hauling' started by thevalleyboy, Apr 9, 2011.


  1. rdlangston13

    rdlangston13 Well-Known Member

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    New trailer for our 2015 expedition.

    2017 Moomba Mojo.

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    just a few things over the years

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    Bought a 20 ft car hauler last week and this week got the project car buttoned up for the most part. Have to take it to the shop for some exhaust work then it'll be ready for its tow to mustang week in myrtle beach next month.

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    Just bought a Kubota BX23S sub-compact TLB w/ tiller, box blade, 4 ft bush hog on an 18 ft equipment trailer. Luckily had the HD towing package w/ brake controller. IMG_0608.jpg
     
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    Successfully made the trip from Kentucky to Myrtle Beach for Mustang week (about 1200 miles round trip) with zero issues. This truck continues to amaze me for the price. I really want a F150, but I can't justify it since this thing has been so solid over the past 2 1/2 years. [​IMG]
     
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    We made it from Katy, TX to Branson, MO and back with no issues pulling our new 2017 Moomba Mojo. [​IMG]


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    I'll be honest, when the passes came into view, she wasn't too pleased to be pulling this but she made it from Enumclaw to Leavenworth, over two mountain passes with 31 feet and about 6500lb in tow!


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    The local Ford dealer is telling me that I cannot get the nivomat shocks for my 2015 (mine came with the standard rear suspension). Can you take some pictures of where your struts bolt onto the control arms so I can compare them? Thanks!


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    I don't have Nivomat Shocks but they are a self contained unit and should swap in place of your traditional rear shocks no problem. If however, you have the CCD (Continuously Controlled Damping Suspension which was paired with the 22" wheels), then converting to the Nivomats would be more difficult.


    You'll need two of each of the Load Leveling:

    • Shock Absorber
    • Spring
    • Dust Shield
    • Insulator
    • Upper Mount
    • Bushing
    • Washer
    • Top Nut

    to build two complete left and right rear LL shock assemblies.

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    They all come as individual parts so you would have to assemble each one and then slip in it.

    Parts here (reference Load Leveling components at the bottom. All of these part numbers begin with an 'E'):

    https://parts.autonationfordwhitebe...ear-suspension-cat/shocks-and-components-scat
     
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    How many RPM were you up to when going uphill? MPG? That's a mighty big trailer.
     

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