Well, Saturday, the wife and I sat around at the dealer all day, while they prepped the trailer and our truck for the equalizer hitch and electric brake control. Finally around 6:15 PM, we hit the road with our brand new, first ever trailer. It is all Interstate back to our house. The first 40 minutes were uneventful. The long-bed F-150 V-8 was handling the Conquest 24 ft trailer without trouble. Suddenly, just as we passed the latest exit (of course), the engine check light starts flashing, the oil temperature light comes on, and the engine temperature gauge maxes out. Not wanting to get stuck on the side of the road at night, I put it on the shoulder and kept going to the next exit, (about 4 miles). Turns out the return hose to the radiator overflow had popped off. I clamped it back on and added more water. The truck started right back up and all the temperatures went back down immediately. We drove the rest of the way home (30 miles) without further trouble. Still, we were very nervous until we were parked in our own driveway. The truck started up this morning, and ran fine on the way to work. I guess I'll be getting the truck checked out this week. I don't think I ruined anything, but I'm no automotive expert. I hope this isn't an omen. I didn't even get it home!