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What is currently the largest TT out there? We have a 32’ Forest River with 3 slides but am wondering if there is anything bigger. I have a one ton and just don’t like 5th wheels. Thanks for the help!

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Keystone Hideout have some 38fters with three slides.

Puma by Palomino has some Destination (Park) models that are long with big slides as well.


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If you can't find something you like, I'm pretty sure these guys can build anything you want. Not cheap though


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Is 39'4" long enough?
https://www.jayco.com/products/travel-tr........ilers/2019-eagle-travel-trailer/338rets/

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our keystone laredo 330 rl is approx 38ft bumper to hitch. love it. rear living with opposing slides, large shower, bedroom slide. pushing 10k lbs loaded to camp. with have a ford 250 gasser, no problems at all towing. tows better than our previous 33ft wildwood. i too prefer bumper pulls to fivers.

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Our Jayco Jayflight Bungalow is 40' long with 4 Slides.

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Keystone Larado 335MK and 332BH TRAVEL TRAILER are 38 feet long.
Keystone Outback 340BH is 39 feet long.

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mgirardo wrote:

Our Jayco Jayflight Bungalow is 40' long with 4 Slides.

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Wow! you must be one LONG train when you're hitched. What's your total length, tow vehicle and trailer combined?

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My ORV is 38' overall with 4 slides.

Forest River has a couple fully self contained destination trailers, such as the Sierra line, about 44' overall, with up to 4 slides, or some floorplans have a 2nd story loft.


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Oh there are definitely some long ones 40' out there. I saw a couple at an RV show and I overheard a sales guy say, SURE your Ram 1500 can tow this!

Oh man, I wanted to Gibbs that idiot so bad, but my wife held me back. LOL

I had looked at the UVW and GVWR and that trailer sat there, empty at over 10,000 pounds. It was a 14K GVWR trailer. Not even a perfectly set up F150 with 13,200 capacity could tow that monster of a trailer. I just SMH and walked away.

Yeah, they are out there, really nice ones, but man that is one long trailer to tow, and even with a Dually it would be border line crazy, that is a lot of sail!

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