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Cummins12V98

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Posted: 05/28/18 01:04pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One is a buddies bike. I think the length was around 65' front bumper to center of MC trailer tire, 68' or so overall.


2015 RAM LongHorn 3500 Dually CrewCab 4X4 CUMMINS/AISIN RearAir 385HP/865TQ 4:10's
37,800# GCVWR "Towing Beast"

"HeavyWeight" B&W RVK3600

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2007.5 Mobile Suites 36 SB3 29,000# Combined SOLD

Bierp

Lake Stevens, WA

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Took delivery of my new Montana 3950BR.

Stuffs:
25k B&W Hitch
2000w Inverter
4 6-volt batteries
Sailun Tires
3rd AC
Toppers on all 4 slides
Washer/Dryer (stacked/vented)
Winegard Trav'ler - DirecTV
Full system water filtration
Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C
MaxAir II vent covers
Moved 2nd Fantastic fan to bunk vent
Added 120 outlet to bunk


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ReneeG

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Nice!


2011 Bighorn 3055RL
2011 F350 SD CC DRW 6.7L Diesel Lariat, Hensley BD3 with Ford Under-Bed Adaptor
Dave & Renee plus (Champ, Molly, Paris, and Missy in spirit), Maggie, and Mica!


locopny

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All set ready for the maiden voyage to the Black Hills, in SD. Just shy of 63' total length. with new wheels and tires on trailer. Pulled like a dream.
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camp site vid.


Resident Newbie to the forum from CA and ND.
Former TT, MH, TC, Tent Trailer owner. Back into a TC and loving it.

Cummins12V98

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New to me, 2001 RAM 2500 4X4 SPORT. Bought from original owner with 124,000 miles, paid 15k. This will be used instead of my Dually to haul our 23' GlasPly Boat and many other duties I would rather not use my Dually for.

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

New to me, 2001 RAM 2500 4X4 SPORT. Bought from original owner with 124,000 miles, paid 15k. This will be used instead of my Dually to haul our 23' GlasPly Boat and many other duties I would rather not use my Dually for.

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We are on our Maiden campout with our 2019 Cedar Creek 34RL2, with bells & whistles. So far, no issues found.....keeping fingers crossed....we haven't used the shower yet!!!

Still figuring out where to put stuff.

Our Golden Retriever has found "her spot"....behind our recliners. She still not used to the layout, which is different than our 2009 CC Silverback.


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2019 Cedar Creek Hathaway, 34RL2 - w/Bells & Whistles
Traded 2009 Cedar Creek Silverback, GII, 32 WRL


richclover

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locopny wrote:

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All set ready for the maiden voyage to the Black Hills, in SD. Just shy of 63' total length. with new wheels and tires on trailer. Pulled like a dream.
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camp site vid.


Just when I was about to start a new thread. Asking about “triple up” towing (as it’s known hereabouts).

Yesterday I was on I80, running behind a triple rig. BIG 5er, towing what looked like a 20-22’ inboard boat. Looked very nice and stable in the passing lane doing the 75 mph speed limit.

We see them all the time, locally, but sorry not my preference.


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locopny

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Just when I was about to start a new thread. Asking about “triple up” towing (as it’s known hereabouts).

Yesterday I was on I80, running behind a triple rig. BIG 5er, towing what looked like a 20-22’ inboard boat. Looked very nice and stable in the passing lane doing the 75 mph speed limit.

We see them all the time, locally, but sorry not my preference.


This really is the only reasonable solution for my situation. She doesn't handle fuel fumes well(so no toyhauler), and I need to take the bikes. Really is stable at speed. Also more importantly, it stops great from speed.
As for not your preference...that's why they make more than one style of RV. I've had them all.
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locopny wrote:

richclover wrote:


Just when I was about to start a new thread. Asking about “triple up” towing (as it’s known hereabouts).

Yesterday I was on I80, running behind a triple rig. BIG 5er, towing what looked like a 20-22’ inboard boat. Looked very nice and stable in the passing lane doing the 75 mph speed limit.

We see them all the time, locally, but sorry not my preference.


This really is the only reasonable solution for my situation. She doesn't handle fuel fumes well(so no toyhauler), and I need to take the bikes. Really is stable at speed. Also more importantly, it stops great from speed.
As for not your preference...that's why they make more than one style of RV. I've had them all.
Cheers


What ever works! Glad to hear it tows well. I was just wondering...

Enjoy your bikes! Hope you’re wearing helmets. My helmet saved my life 13 years ago next month. Another story...

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