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BigDinAZ

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Big1 wrote:

ford truck guy wrote:

Time for some of my new one -

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That is a beautiful rig.


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Thanks BigDinAZ


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I'm pretty heavy with ours. I've never weighed it all hooked up but, I'm thinking I'm well above 16k. I've had my current setup for just over a year now and the very best I can do, even without a lot of hills is 9.5 and with hills, it drops down to about just above 8. With that said, I've seriously been researching around, to see if it might worth it, to go in a different direction.
Thanks for your input and safe travels........
Most of all, have fun
and enjoy!

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Just curious what kind of fuel mileage you get with your set up?


We got one of the last remaining 18's left on the lot and it was brand new. We have only had it about a month and a half and it only has like 1,800 miles on it so it's still not broken in even. Right now I get about 13.9 MPG, but expect that to drop just a little, not much but a little.
We have only had the 5er for a couple weeks so haven't town enough to get a good calculation while towing, but I expect it will be a little lower, again not much, because our rig is lite and the truck doesn't even have to work to pull it, but it will drop some, thinking around 10 or 12 or so. I wanted the max payload capacity I could get with a DRW, Crew Cab, Long Bed, and so ended up with almost 6K (5,704).

How do you make out with that heavy Mobile Suits (those are very nice)?



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Our 5th wheel and truck at Brookville last weekend.

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Just got home with our new 2019 Cougar Half-ton 30RLS, pulled by my '19 6.2L F-250

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Just got home with our new 2019 Cougar Half-ton 30RLS, pulled by my '19 6.2L F-250


Nice,


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Just came in last week. Arctic Fox 32-5m. Its a heavy one for 36"-10" long. Dry weight is 14,100 LBS and pin weight is 3200lbs
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^^^^^ Nice! Also nice you chose enough truck for the occasion.


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Wood chip wrote:

Just came in last week. Arctic Fox 32-5m. Its a heavy one for 36"-10" long. Dry weight is 14,100 LBS and pin weight is 3200lbs
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Congrats. Great rig....especially the truck.
Your hitch is really something to be proud of, too. I'd NEVER have a rigid fifth wheel hitch no matter what brand.
Safe travels.


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