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RE: Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

I've pulled 8k trailers with a 1/2 ton locally which wasn't my favorite experience. Then my older motorhome south for the last 4 years pulling a car which was ok. At least everything went in the same direction when it got squirrelly:) Would like a little better towing experience than in the past. I have two choices. Rent a 24' (5000lb) and pull it 1/2 ton or rent a 3/4- 1 ton truck and pull the 37' with it.
angler 01/23/21 01:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

Appreciate all the comments
angler 01/22/21 08:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

Coming from the east and Staying at the ST Mary KOA which I think is outside the park. Thanks for the info. Hate to drive it all the way there and not get to the campground I reserved.
angler 01/21/21 09:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

I'm staying at the St Mary's KOA on the east side in a pull through site.
angler 01/21/21 07:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

Enterprise Truck Rental
angler 01/21/21 06:51pm Travel Trailers
Pulling Long Travel Trailer to Glacier

I am planning on a trip to Glacier National Park. I have been through many variations of Rv-ing, but have a question to people who have pulled long distances with travel trailers. I currently have a 2020 Jayco 34rsbs which is about 37 feet long. Dry weight 8860 gvwr 11250. I've pulled trailers before with 1/2 tons, but for this trip I'm renting a 1 ton Diesel. If I decide to do this trip with this rv I want it to be the best driving experience possible. For you long trailer owners what is your experience?
angler 01/21/21 06:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: What is the most efficient way to bypass Chicago?

Depends where in Wisconsin you are coming from. The rockford route works out well. If you are closer to the lake in Wisconsin and going south 294 around Chicago and then the 80/90 east route.
angler 01/09/21 11:50am Roads and Routes
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