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RE: Traveling with a cat - in a trailer

Well there in is the problem ; they don’t go in the vehicle for it is a crew cab PU and four cats in a small area……ahhhhh where do you put the cat box!
KHJPHOTO 11/24/21 10:36am RV Pet Stop
RE: Traveling with a cat - in a trailer

Well look at alllll the money I saved for I shall “hotel’ now. Will not put my fuzzys in harms way..
KHJPHOTO 11/24/21 08:17am RV Pet Stop
Traveling with a cat - in a trailer

Looking at buying a trailer BUT my cats are a major part of my life a d if they don’t go- I don’t go. So asking does anyone travel with their cat and keep them in the trailer while traveling? Concerned the bouncing around while going down the road should stress out the cats. Thanks for your reply
KHJPHOTO 11/24/21 06:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: Ram 2500/Cummins

Yup got the truck - beautiful and love it. Reading here from you guys just thinking it won’t do the job. $70 grand is a hard hit if it won’t do the job!. Speaking with the dealer they tell me the pin weight of a 13,000 lb 5th wheel should be around 1800 lbs; but the specs on the trailer say 3300.
KHJPHOTO 11/18/21 08:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ram 2500/Cummins

Sigh, guess I will hotel,it! Thanks all for your input
KHJPHOTO 11/18/21 08:16am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ram 2500/Cummins

Thanks. Pin weight is 3300 lbs, max rated for the PU is 4,000; so should be fine.
KHJPHOTO 11/18/21 07:26am Fifth-Wheels
Ram 2500/Cummins

So being new to the fifth wheel community - haven’t bought one yet because I am concerned that my new truck, 2022 2500 4x4 short bed may not tow it safely. Although factory prepped for the hitch; research is showing that the gross weight of 10,000 pounds would be maxed out. Considering the purchase of a toy hauler . What concerns me is the weight on the bed. Truck will tow 20,000 pounds. Units looking at are the RAPTOR 351 or a Logan Toy Hauler. Thank you for your input.
KHJPHOTO 11/18/21 06:31am Fifth-Wheels
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