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RE: Looking into getting first TT

No suv can tow any of those made in last 8 years. Also you list dry weights, please add 1500 pounds for family of 6 at minimum to each dry weight. Also determine hitch weight: 14% x 8,500lb is 1190 pounds plus hitch gear 150. Lbs You exceeded max hitch rate right off the bat on a 2021 Chevy suburban The GM max hitch rate of 1,000 pounds is what killed the 2500 series 3/4 ton suburban. in 2013. X2
AppFire 09/21/21 07:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: corner separating

If you're not aware, there are screws under the rubber strip on the front of the mouldings. They have probably "pulled" (go into the edge of body side panels) possibly from heat expansion. Only a thought on my part, but this year has been good and hot in most of the country and your travels had to be in hot areas sometime this past year. As to fix, I'd pull the vinyl strips out and check the attaching screws. If they won't tighten and pull the mouldings back to proper position, maybe longer ones and some epoxy in the holes might do it. Or rotted wood beneath. X2-- Rotted wood underneath. Screws should not just pull out or loosen in good wood.
AppFire 09/15/21 07:59pm Travel Trailers
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