My wife and I bought our Class A gasser about a year ago, did a full time 7 month trip around the US and now are looking to sell our RV.
How would you go about pricing? We are seeing a lot of variation between craigslist, rv trader, nadaguides, and so on.
It seems like towbar is faster to connect and disconnect, but that is just a casual observation.
We tow our 4runner (rear driveshaft removed), its a touch over 4000lbs with the F53 (v-10) chassis. The Rockies were not fun, but other than that its been fine. We can connect and disconnect in under a minute.
Am I seeing this wrong? With a dolly, you hook it up, drive the towed vehicle onto the little ramps, strap the wheels down and head off - assuming the vehicle can tow this way - which I assume any FWD can. The dolly has the brakes and the light wiring built in and no mods to the toad.
How is this more difficult than 4down towing (maybe a little devil's advocate)? Can the dolly be moved around by hand so that it is behind the MOHO while camping? Are there other big inconveniences to a dolly? Is it quicker to hook one up over the other? I don't think you can back either up.
II think the full car trailer isn't an option although I could see that for a show car.
Our transfer switch in our 2000 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision started buzzing lately, have never looked at it, it is model "00-00568-000". Can't believe its only 15A rated? No wonder its toast! Wondering why this would be installed on a 30A rig?