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RE: TT recommendations for a mom and daughter team

For a 1st camper I would say a pop up or similar. Pop-ups are easy to set up and are easy to tow and require minimal maintenance.... Also easier to store since they are smaller...... If they are only going to use it "camp" in and no extensive traveling then she should have no problem with a pop-up.....
steelpony5555 04/30/14 04:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: best rv tires

True, 6000 lb axles most any LT E rated tire will work, 7000 lb axles you'll need Goodyear G614 tires....
steelpony5555 04/30/14 04:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Unofficial SRW vs DRW road survey

My trailer comes in at around 12.5k lbs and I have towed it with both a 2500 SRW and a dually 2wd and now a dually 4wd. The 2500 towed it just fine but moving up to a dually made it a more relaxing ride and drive. Like was said if you tow a lot then definitely go with the dually. Lots of folks are afraid of driving duallys full time and feel they are just not good for a daily driver. Here in Texas there are tons of duallys driven as daily drivers, mine included. No they don't fit in bank drive thrus but I do fit in a Sonics. Besides what few times I may have to park further out or have to walk into a bank is good for me health wise lol lol...
steelpony5555 04/26/14 08:07am Tow Vehicles
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