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RE: six and six in florida

Anyone know of a campground anywhere in Florida with six on and six storage on same site?
Road Phantom 09/02/20 11:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
six and six in florida

Anyone know of a campground anywhere in Florida with six on and six storage on same site? We are people of means and would like something affordable, like around 4-500 a month. Thanks for your help.
Road Phantom 09/02/20 10:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Western US Itinerary Help

I would stay west of the Tetons. Sure to get snow this time of the year.
Road Phantom 09/02/20 10:25am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
calling all weight police

I know I'm over on the hitch weight, but not sure by how much. My truck is a 2018 Ram 2500, diesel, 4X4 Crew Cab. At the scale with the 5th wheel trailer attached, the steering axle was 4820 lbs. The drive axle weighed 5660. Trailer weighs 8260 for a total of 18740. The truck weighs around 6800 lbs. If I add the hitch and drive axle weights and subtract the weight of the truck alone, I come up 3680 or about 880 lbs over on the hitch weight. Is my math right?
Road Phantom 08/28/20 03:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: aluminum flat bed

Farmer's needs are different from RV'er'a. My 5th wheel trailer was made to pull with a short bed. It has cutouts on the corners of the front cap to avoid hitting them on tight turns. I would opt to eliminate the rear window guards that come with the flat bed.
Road Phantom 07/10/20 06:39am Tow Vehicles
aluminum flat bed

I'm considering an aluminum flatbed for my Ram 2500 short-bed crewcab truck. The truck is too high to tow a Grand design 1/2 ton towable 5th wheel, so by putting in a flatbed I won't have to worry about the truck rails getting in the way. Has anyone else considered this option?
Road Phantom 07/09/20 09:33am Tow Vehicles
trailer lift kit

I'm interested in the 30 ft 1/2 ton tow-able 5th wheel from Grand Design's Reflection brand. Problem is the trailer sits too low for my standard 2019 Ram 2500 4x4 short bed truck. MORryde has a suspension kit (SRE 4000) that I believe raises the axles two inches. Larger rims would raise it up an additional inch, giving me a total of three inches which might be enough without compromising the overhang with the bed rails. Anyone have the same problem and how did you resolve it? Thanks.
Road Phantom 03/22/20 12:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hitch requirements

It's a 29' Imagine, by Grand design.
Road Phantom 02/17/20 08:56am Travel Trailers
Hitch requirements

I have a 2019 Ram 2500 diesel. The trailer I want to buy is 6,000 unloaded. I decided on an equalizer hitch with sway control. Do I need two sway bars, one for each side, or is one sufficient.
Road Phantom 02/16/20 12:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking For a Second 5th Wheel

Grand design, better quality control, better materials, better warranty and good follow up.
Road Phantom 02/16/20 12:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: What is wrong sir?

its a good deal if you only want to fix it up for a cabin in the woods.
Road Phantom 02/12/20 12:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th wheel hitches

Companion. Easy to hook up and no chucking.
Road Phantom 02/09/20 10:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electric Fire Places

Works great. It saves propane. Because the bedroom is usually up front and higher than the rest of the trailer (heat rises) the bedroom stays warm.
Road Phantom 02/09/20 10:04am Fifth-Wheels
riding nose high

I'm looking into getting a Grand design Reflection: 150 Series 260RD. My truck is a 2018 Ram 2500 4x4 with the diesel. Presently I own a Keystone Sprinter. It rides nose high, which puts a lot of strain on the back axle which will probably wear out the bearings prematurely. I'd like to reach out to someone with a similar setup and whether or not the truck-trailer rides level?
Road Phantom 01/31/20 10:19am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ram too high?

(I started out pulling my GD 303RLS with a 2017 Ram 2500 4X4 with a B&W Companion hitch) That trailer is a full sized unit and not the same as a 1/2 ton towable. I would be too close to my GVWR with that hitch weight. The rims on a 1/2 ton towable is 14 inches and overall height different as well.
Road Phantom 01/29/20 12:03pm Fifth-Wheels
Ram too high?

I'm looking into getting a Grand design Reflection: 150 Series 260RD. My truck is a 2018 Ram 2500 4x4 with the diesel. Presently I own a Keystone Sprinter. It rides nose high, which puts a lot of strain on the back axle which will probably wear out the bearings prematurely. I'd like to reach out to someone with a similar setup and whether or not the truck-trailer rides level?
Road Phantom 01/28/20 01:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: downsizing for the winter

They have the option in this floor plan to have the dinette instead of the recliners. I have trouble sitting upright with my arthritic back, so a recliner is as must, especially when watching a long movie.
Road Phantom 01/10/20 11:10am Travel Trailers
downsizing for the winter

We bought a 2018 2500 quadcab Ram diesel this past summer. Found out later it can only carry 2200 lbs, far less than our total GVWR allows. I also discovered that our present 34 ft 5th wheel is too large for National Forest and general touring, and would like to downsize to a 25 ft Imagine XLS 22RBE. I've had larger 5th wheels (37 with four slides) and find them to be too cumbersome except for long term stays. For the winter, I prefer moving around and exploring rather than to sit in one spot for six months. Are there any snow birds out there with small trailers and how is it working for you. By the way, my favorite all around trailer was a 23 ft'er we once had, but a little too small for our present needs.
Road Phantom 01/09/20 11:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Yet another what can I tow question

Stick with a travel trailer around 25 ft, especially in the west with its high elevations.
Road Phantom 01/07/20 09:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Larger 5th wheels in/on state and federal parks

We got into a lot of trouble hitting national parks in the Northwest with our 34ft 5th wheel. Save yourself a lot of trouble and headaches by settling with something under 30 ft with a good floor plan you like.
Road Phantom 01/07/20 09:31am Fifth-Wheels
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