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RE: Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

How about this? sold last week. And at this price, I may be better off with something like
kutsyy 06/29/21 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

Maybe one of ***Link Removed*** That would be perfect, but it was sold 3 years ago :(
kutsyy 06/29/21 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

@ferndaleflyer and @vylog. Thank you for the information. I was looking at Dynasty already and Bishop seems to be the shortest option available. I'll probably will wait till fall to see if prices will comedown/more option will be available. Thank you, Vadim
kutsyy 06/28/21 12:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

I towed one with both a 36 and 40ft DP Monacoes--the 40 had a 450HP Cummins and the 36 had a 8.3 Cummins rated at 330hp from the factory. Had it turned up don't know what HP it is now but it towed that big ol trailer just fine. I have now down sized to a open Featherlite. Leaving for Bristol Wend morning. Do you remember what year was that 36 Monaco? I've seen a few 40ft but have not seen 36 yet. Thanks
kutsyy 06/27/21 09:47pm Class A Motorhomes
Which ~36' Class A can tow 15K Stacker

I am starting to look for an RV that could tow a race stacker (total weight will be under 15K loaded). The shortest stacker is 24' with full length 29', so using 65' max length I am left with 36'. I am struggling to find any Class A RV that can work for this, any pointers? (preferably 5-10 years old). I know something like Class C Dynamax DX3 would work, and I've seen a number of people towing with 42' Class A (to the total length of 73'), but are there really no under 40' class A that can tow? Thank, Vadim PS: I am aware that "technically" there are 22' and even 20' stackers.
kutsyy 06/27/21 11:50am Class A Motorhomes
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