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RE: I need new Tires

I just installed these. https://www.herculestire.com/tire-details/Hercules/H-901%20ST I probably went over board as my trailer is a Grand Design Reflection 295RL, however, if you have ever traveled I_65, I-57, I-40, I-10, you will know why. Havnt had time yet to weigh the trailer with full tank of water, black tank full, and gray tank, but according to spec sheet, my GVWR IS 10195 #S and my GAWR ( each axle ) is 5100 #s
kicker 07/03/20 04:57am Fifth-Wheels
? Have you purchased from Walnut Ridge or Modern Trailer Rv

Doing research on a new 5th wheel. I am looking at Montana High Country or Keystone Avalanche. Walnut Ridge carries the Montana High Country and Modern Trailer carries the Avalanche. Both models have similar floor plans but some different options. Montana High Country : Electric Leveling, option to purchase slide toppers; 3000 # rated towing hitch. Keystone Avalanche : Hydraulic leveling, no factory option slide topper, 300# max accessory hitch ( bike carrier etc) What I am more interested in service after sale. How well does each service department work with y’a to get things fixed in a timely manner. Yes I am well aware of Keystones reputation. However, Modern Trailers offers something called RV warranty forever that covers something like 85 components. Is it worth it or not. One draw back is you have to bring trailer back to Modern Trailer every year for inspection and pay a fee of 175$ to keep your warranty forever .
kicker 02/21/20 09:23am Fifth-Wheels
In the market for new trailer

Currently own a 2008 Starcraft 2700BH. It has served me well however, it is beginning to show its age. I have narrowed my selections down to the following manufacturers. Artic Fox ( North Fork 32A ) Keystone ( Laredo 330RL) Jayco(Eagle HT 272RBOK / 274CKDS) and Winnebago (Voyage V 3235RL / V2730RB or Mini (2701RBS,) Mini Plus 27rbds / 30RLSS ) I am looking at the 30-35 ft range, with hitch weight not more than 1500 #'s. Mostly interested in rear living, rear bath or kitchen. I own a 2016 F350 6.7 super duty ( diesel ) with 6.5 foot bed. My other issue is, I live in a dealer dessert. Keystone dealers are 1.5 away,) Jayco ( almost 3 hrs ) and I think Winnebago maybe 1hr or so. As far as specific models, I really like a Jayco models above that I mentioned. In the same price point, I think Jayco Offers more per $ in other areas. Specifically a Moreride 3000 suspension. As far as the others, the Winnebago Voyage line is new this year, so just going on you tube reviews. Each manufactuer has their own problems etc, but it mostly depends on dealer service. The 2 dealers with Keystone are Modern Trailer and Walnut Ridge RV. Jayco Colerain RV ( Indianapolis ) and Winnebago ( Brauns Funtime Campers) I think it will mostly come down to dealer service. As far as financing goes, I hate owing the middle man, so I will pay cash upfront.
kicker 12/24/19 04:49am Travel Trailers
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