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RE: Info on 5th wheel brand

We've considered them as well, we even toured the factory. I agree they have a lot of nice features, but not much CCC. Also, I was not impressed with their facility at all, but I've been in manufacturing engineering for 30 years.
4youngs1 03/19/20 03:58pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: We are gonna go camping!

And how exactly do you get sick by simply going outside? That's right, you don't! Have fun!
4youngs1 03/17/20 03:41pm Toy Haulers
RE: Florida State Parks CLOSED

I can't believe they close state parks. How much congregating goes on there? I know the answer, not much. Simply ridiculous.
4youngs1 03/17/20 03:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chevy 1500HD vs. 2500

We had a 2001 1500HD, and it performed very well. At the time we towed a 30ft Jayco fifth wheel that weighed 7k pounds. We went all over the US without issue, it is a good truck. Now we have a 40ft fifth wheel, and a 3500HD dually.
4youngs1 07/10/19 06:40am Tow Vehicles
RE: Looking into a 2017 Grand Design

We have a 2015 303RLS, and we are quite happy with the unit. We've towed over 26k miles, and have only experienced minor issues. Like the others have said, it appears the newer units are not as solid as ours. However, they dominate the campgrounds I visit.
4youngs1 07/10/19 06:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for 30 -32 ft 5th wheel

We've had a good experience with our Grand Design Reflection 303RLS. We've owned it for 5 years, towed for over 26k, and have only had minor issues.
4youngs1 06/21/19 03:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: single or dually

Love the dually, just remember the fenders do not stick out any further than your mirrors.
4youngs1 05/23/19 10:17am Tow Vehicles
RE: peak traffic times in cities

Not any different from when you don't have the trailer.
4youngs1 05/21/19 11:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Your experience with a Dually vs SRW hauling 5ver

I've towed for 15 years with a 2500HD, now I tow with a 3500HD DRW, there is absolutely no comparison. The 3500 is so much more comfortable and stable, I will never return to a SRW. BTW, you'll get used to driving the DRW, I do it everyday, and I still work for a living.
4youngs1 05/21/19 11:39am Fifth-Wheels
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