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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    What made you go from DRW to SRW?
    The recession had me scared. I also have a Ram as a personal vehicle and two payments had me worried. If I had to sell the ram and have one truck the single wheel made more sense for everyday driving over a dually. As soon as I hit 120 with a trailer it was instant regret. More now even because I’m still busy with work. Lol.
    The new ford holds 180 ligers now to. Edmonton to Revy working it hard and still has 300km to empty. So sweet to not stop in golden for fuel
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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Dually will stay planted. Canít beat them towing.

    They suck in deep snow or mud because the dials hang up. Tire selection is tougher and two more to buy. Parking sucks.

    If I towed all the time Iíd still have one. But I put on equal miles empty now. So the single is a trade off.

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Quote Originally Posted by 77Crash77 View Post
    Dually will stay planted. Canít beat them towing.

    They suck in deep snow or mud because the dials hang up. Tire selection is tougher and two more to buy. Parking sucks.

    If I towed all the time Iíd still have one. But I put on equal miles empty now. So the single is a trade off.
    How bad in the snow are we talking?

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    IMO they only suck in deep snow if I dont have 2 sleds on the deck or I am not towing a trailer.

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    How bad in the snow are we talking?
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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Quote Originally Posted by UkrainianMudKing View Post
    IMO they only suck in deep snow if I dont have 2 sleds on the deck or I am not towing a trailer.
    That was my thoughts too.
    I can push snow with the bumper on a loaded tandem.

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    How bad in the snow are we talking?
    Not too bad loaded. You notice when you hit that slushy pile on the road with the dials though.

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    I had a dually for years till 380,000 km loved every bit of it, yeah not as good soft tracking snow or mud but still ok,I couldn't find another good deal so I went to swrd unfortunately.

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    Only worth it of u need more capacity. I dont have a trailer that big To need a cowboys Cadillac or for farmers haha good luck



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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    I was going to write they are not that good for cityiots hahaha,but that wouldn't be nice!

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    Re: DRW vs SRW

    I have a SRW 3500. For the 10 trips a year towing to camp it is ok.
    Yes a DRW would be great to tow with. Also be a tight fit in the single door of the garage to park each day.

    I will consider DRW on my next truck.
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