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What is every one towing?

Discussion in 'General Recreation' started by truckie481, May 4, 2008.

  1. truckie481

    truckie481 Dagum

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    Cleveland, NY
    31' Cardinal Fifth wheel, two slides and the all season kit. About 10k loaded, give or take a few lbs. :)
     
  2. Ozzie

    Ozzie Snow looming...run!! Moderator

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    Apple Valley, Minnesota
    37' Montana Mountaineer (see pics)...and it'll talk to you if you don't have the geometry right too.
    I took the hitch from my old truck and had the dealer put in on the new...no way was I twisting the stocker again.
    I put larger tires on over the winter, so a longer drop was in order. 2 1/2 hour first of the season pull next weekend... [​IMG]
     
  3. RI Chevy Silveradoman

    RI Chevy Silveradoman At your service Staff Member Moderator

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    May 3, 2008
    Rhode Island
    34 foot Keystone Cougar Travel Trailer. I am not sure on the weight, but it is heavy! The duramax pulls nicely, far better than any gasser that I've owned!
     
  4. gmc851

    gmc851 Recruit

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    33' Titanium 5er single slide about 10K ready to go. Heading for western NC in early june.
     
  5. Sparky8370

    Sparky8370 Do chickens have large talons

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    My trailer is a 24' enclosed v-nose. I also tow my brother's two place enclosed sled trailer, and my buddies equipment trailer when I borrow his skid steer. It tows them all pretty nicely.
     
  6. Tom S.

    Tom S. Killing time

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    Waterford, MI
    Pretty much the same as Ozzie - 37 foot Montana. I use a Reese Signature 18K hitch, and have nothing but praise for it.
     
  7. copter

    copter Toy Hauler

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    May 4, 2008
    Nor*Cal
    31' Coachmen Adre

    Ummmmm, just look below. Ha ha.

    10k+ empty!!!
     
  8. 12ga diesel

    12ga diesel Jack of all, Master of none

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    May 4, 2008
    McHenry,IL
    24" Trail-Lite Travel Trailer about 6k all loaded up on a normal weekend. The Dmax doesn't even burp as I go right past my father-in-law in his F-250 with the 5.4L as if he's sitting still.
     
  9. MGlickLBZ

    MGlickLBZ Agent Quack Smacker

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    May 5, 2008
    South Central, WI
  10. lbzpwr

    lbzpwr Recruit

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    May 5, 2008
    Santa Clarita, CA
    2007 Keystone Sprinter Copper Canyon TT 3121SLS
    (for sale by the way)
     
  11. 2003bigsilverado

    2003bigsilverado Recruit

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    29' bunk house Wildwood, 16' enclosed Haulmark loaded to 7500 lbs., and 16' open trailer.
     
  12. campingworld550hauler

    campingworld550hauler Recruit

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    12'x44' breckenridge,, well about one a week,, i have hauled all of the trailers listed and they all tow great! but i do it for a living, will post an intro. i met the owner of the site?? i think today. and he told me about it and i was very interested. if any of you have any ??'s feel free.

    brian
     
  13. Ozzie

    Ozzie Snow looming...run!! Moderator

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    Apple Valley, Minnesota
    Wow...that sounds more like a mobile home to me...I'd be curious to know what that takes for equipment to do that.
     
  14. FLSTFI Dave

    FLSTFI Dave A(ACLU)Agent Deep Driller

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    Ten Mile TN
    With a Duramax crew cab dually.....Anything I want too :sifone:

    Serioulsy, I pull a 34 foot Holiday Rambler Alumilite with two slides, it is a travel trailer. I have the reese dual cam for a hitch set up. Loaded for a week trip it is right at 12K, then I put the harley in the bed of the truck.

    I also pull my boat with it. I also pull a skid steer with it.
     
  15. campingworld550hauler

    campingworld550hauler Recruit

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    central NY
    nice another bike avatar in a truck forum,, allthough mine is only in a truck if it is broke:)
     
  16. kachurak

    kachurak New Member

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    Watertown, NY
    Brian,

    Sorry about interrupting your lunch! I just wanted to welcome you to the boards here at dieseltowingresource.com. Glad to see you could make it. I have those pictures of your truck. I'll be putting 'em up for you soon. Having an issue with images just this minute. But off to bed for now.

    And again - welcome!
     
  17. GMCYA

    GMCYA Resident Coonass

    Prowler 37W bumper pull, super slide, hence the xdr hitch. One heavy biatch but comfortable, and the best part, it's paid for!
     
  18. 06bowtie_guy

    06bowtie_guy Recruit

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    Nice trailers everyone. Myself I just piked up a 99 Terry 24' 5er last year after getting soaked in a tent @ a racing event. I like it so far. Been nice to have. Have some camp sites booked this year so going to try that out. It has a small crank out on the left side, couch moves out. While looking I saw a similar one without the crank out deal and it really seems to make a difference. Also had a rear hitch added so I can tow my 14' Lund fishing boat. :smilewinkgrin:

    [​IMG]
     
  19. blksmok

    blksmok Don't listen to me.

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    Mesa, Az
    2006 40' Weekend Warrior.
    SLC 3905 billet edition with one slide.
    Triple axle weighing in at 18K fully loaded.
     
    Last edited: May 7, 2008

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