New tow vehicle
We just did our first tow and it was a breeze. We live out in the far corner of our county and the roads are "interesting" but we drove county roads, State Hwys, and Interstate this trip and she did fine. Power was similar the previous F250 but the extra capacity of the F350 made a difference. The B&W hitch was amazing, What an upgrade from the last hitch. The truck has some great features for towing built in. It has a connections check list, checks your lights, and the high camera makes hook up easier. The long bed is really nice because backing into our yard is challenging and now I can turn it just a bit farther over the short bed we had. The only "complaint" is the height of the bed. I'm vertically challenged and at 5'7" I had to stand on a short stool to reach the hitch pin/lock. Now I have to stand on the stool and step up on the tire to reach the pin. I've done several upgrades since purchased. I added a roll-up tonneau cover that goes over the hitch so now I can keep it all covered and still leave the cover on when I'm towing. All also got rid of the Michelin's for a set of Coopers. The Michelin's are a pure highway tire and living where we do on a long gravel drive and a gravel road along with needing 4X4 some times in the winter, I feel better with the upgrade.Had the Coopers on the F250 and loved them. Other than that, I'm all smiles. Wasn't quite ready to do this but glad I did. The G'kids named it "The Meg" because it's big, silver, and has a big mouth, grill. Safe Travels!