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RE: Newmar and Tiffin

Both brands have a reputation of building quality motorhomes. Both have advantages. Pick the model, FLOORPLAN & price that works best for you. If used ask for service records.
okgc 12/04/15 06:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RAM 2500 6.4 Hemi 3.73 gears, Looking for Opinions

You should be just fine with any 3/4 ton (2500 type) towing only 7250 lbs max travel trailer with 3.73 gears. My wife has a 09 Chevy 2500 CC 4x4 3.73 with a primary use of towing a horse trailer about your weight or sometimes more. We bought the truck new & never have thought we could have used a lower gear. I was not aware any Ford F250 trucks had engine/cylinder deactivation technology.
okgc 11/03/15 09:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: Anyone towing Ford 150 with 43 ft

We are about to start full timing & just purchased a 42 ft pusher & looking at a Ford 150 to flat tow. We will have a Remco lube pump installed. Please share your thoughts and experiences pulling this size vehicle. I would appreciate any advice you can share. Thank you for your comments??. The F150 needs to be 4WD to be towable with the above posted directions
okgc 10/25/15 11:16am Class A Motorhomes
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