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RE: Why do Cameos sit on the dealer's lots for so long?

I traded in a 2006 Holiday Rambler back in 2011 and the trailer was still on the lot until early this year.
Road Phantom 05/09/16 09:59pm Fifth-Wheels
utah national parks

I remember back in the 90's dry camping in the pullouts in the National parks in Utah. I never had a problem for quick overnights between sights like Bryce and Arches. Has anyone done this lately?
Road Phantom 04/10/16 01:21pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Fifth wheel hitch question

What ever you put in the front of the trailer and into the truck, ads weight to the hitch copacity. Think verticle weight pressing downward.
Road Phantom 03/28/16 09:39pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Should I tow this? ?

As long as you stay within the manufacturers guidelines, there should be no need to worry. I agree that you're MPG will add up to poop, but it's far cheaper to keep her than to lose thousands trading in for a diesel.
Road Phantom 03/27/16 01:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th Wheel Hitch Advice

most of the newer trailers are designed for short beds with plenty of clearance. Ask your dealer if that is the case with the trailer you plan to pull.
Road Phantom 03/27/16 01:46pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fifth wheel hitch question

considering that bedroom closet is directly over the hitch, front storage underneath trailer is more added weight and everything you might put inside the truck bed and passengers riding along with you, you could very well go over your maximum. Get a heavier duty hitch so you won't have that worry.
Road Phantom 03/27/16 01:44pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bypass NYC

I drove a taxi in NYC for a number of years. 95 is shorter by far, but you will have more tolls which are doubled with four axles. If that isn't an issue, then consider leaving early on Sunday. No construction on Sundays, since no one wants to pay the double time. If you get into the city, and y es, even the Cross Bronx, early around 8am, you will sail through. Otherwise, the 84/81 option is a good choice.
Road Phantom 03/23/16 10:15am Roads and Routes
South Dakota

Part of our spring ride home from Tx is between Mount Rushmore to Mall of America. We are looking for a popular and scenic destination between the two.
Road Phantom 03/20/16 11:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
mall of America parking

Do they have parking for Rv's at Mall of America? We/re not looking for an overnight, just a spot for a half day of shopping on our way home from our winter digs farther south.
Road Phantom 03/19/16 11:09pm General RVing Issues
arches to yellowstone

We are planning a trip from Arches National Park and flaming Gorge, Wy., and ending up in Yellowstone. Looking for affordable overnight camping at state and county Parks along the way, either in Northeast Utah or SW Wyoming along rt. 191. We have a 31 ft fifth wheel and need good access roads. We are leaving Arches around the second week of April. If Yellowstone is unpassable at that time we will head east from Flaming Gorge. Any ideas for cheap overnights in that region?
Road Phantom 03/14/16 12:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Tow vehicle as daily driver?

I bought a 2014 dodge ram 2500 because of the redesigned suspension. The older trucks rode hard unless you got a long bed four door model. My new truck is my only driver and rides great compared to the older models.
Road Phantom 02/01/16 11:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Year Round Campgrounds

Also Crackle Barrel restaurants. They are everywhere.
Road Phantom 07/10/15 12:39pm Snowbirds
RE: Small TT towing with Manual Transmission

Back in '94 when the dodge automatic was not up to snuff with the torqy new Cummins diesel, I opted for the manual transmission. These days with the tow haul mode trannys, I would never go back to a manual. You always have to be mindful to leave it in gear when parked and to engage the emergency brake. I feel safer with the automatic in Park. Always chock your wheels, by the way.
Road Phantom 07/10/15 12:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: axle splitter

I found this; http://www.remcoindustries.com/Towing/RecommendedVehicles.php
Road Phantom 05/26/15 03:58pm Class C Motorhomes
axle splitter

My sister bought a used Winnebago ERA on a Mercedes Sprinter Deisel chassis. She owns a Toyota Camry that she would like to tow behind that. Is there a way for her to have an axle disconnect installed so she could tow four wheels down? She doesn't want the hassle of a dolly.
Road Phantom 05/26/15 12:22pm Class C Motorhomes
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