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RE: GM 6 liter vortec what are you towing with it?

2009 Silverado LS, 6.0l, 6sp, 4x4, extended cab, 8' box. I towed a Jayco 321RSTS which had a GVW of 12,500 (we usually towed lighter but were probably close on a 3 month Alaska trip). Max tow rating for the Chevy was 12,300. It was the work truck model which meant more payload capacity that loaded models. It towed the Jayco very well. As others have said, when climbing you have to just let the 6.0 liter rev. Towed through MT & ID which has some long interstate climbs and all the way up the Alcan & Back the Cassiar with no problems. The Chev 6.0 handled it well.
Nodaker 05/05/22 05:49pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What to use for GPS

Another user who just updated my Garmin 760 yesterday with Garmin Express and NO CHARGE. As someone said above, the Garmin works great for the main navigation. Co-Pilot will occasionally use Google Maps on phone to find local info or alternate route around construction or traffic issue.
Nodaker 04/28/22 06:11pm Class A Motorhomes
Bryce Canyon NP to the Northeast

Looking for info, if we stay at Kodachrome Basin SP near Bryce; How is Hwy 12 thru Escalante to Torrey, then 24 to Hanksville and up to I70? Climbs? Narrow roads? Traveling in our 32' BayStar with Toad in October (would be keeping a close watch on weather :). . . Thanks for input.
Nodaker 03/13/22 07:41pm Roads and Routes
RE: Help me plan our trip - The Dakotas

Medora, ND is the community at the entrance of Theodore Roosevelt NP South Unit. 2 campgrounds, Medora Campground and Red Trail, both are basically ok. Lots of hiking trails in the National Park. There's also a north unit of the NP about 70 miles north of Medora. It's a bit more remote and less traveled than the south unit. Again, several hiking trails and variety of wildlife. There's lots to do in Medora but a don't miss is the Medora Musical. It's a professional musical variety show in a beautiful outdoor amphitheater. While it has a different theme every year, it is always patriotic and tells of Theodore Roosevelt's time in the Badlands. PS: The ND Badlands are more scenic and dynamic than the SD Badlands :)
Nodaker 01/27/22 09:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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