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RobertRyan

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Posted: 08/10/20 11:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Australian 5th Wheelers are now a mixture of ultralights for Global Pickups up to 27ft. Australian Custom and US Manufactured, lightweights and high end US 5vers
Australian ultralight 27ft with Pickup[image]
They are very popular for towing 32-36ft 5th Wheeler in some cases replacing F250's
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AJapanese Truck is used carrying a SUV or a very long and heavy 5ver
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Lastly a 6 wheel conversion 30ft lightweight 5th Wheeler[image]

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Very different, thanks for sharing!!!


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Thanks. I like the tow vehicle in the last picture.

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Thanks, Robert.


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Nice "Roo" bumper on the 1 truck.


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[image]This is a 29ft all Composite( fibreglass and other resins) 5ver. It is non slide
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A Japanese Truck towing a 5th wheeler with a Garage[image]
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One last unusual 5th Wheeler from Here. This was owned by a former Texan who settled in Australia. It is a Mack V8 engined, Renault Truck body 5th Wheeler that was also a horse trailer. Owner eventually downsized to a US HD Pickup version as he foubd he
did not need the Mack/ Renault Class 8 Truck
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