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3 dog nights

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Posted: 08/23/20 06:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

IIRC, Ridgeline manual says WD is "not recommended" I've read the manual and it say nothing about WD hitch's. Again, I think this was the gen 1, not the gen 2.
as an aside, isn't interesting how the thread has digressed to single vs duel axle?


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Posted: 08/24/20 08:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

3 dog nights wrote:

IIRC, Ridgeline manual says WD is "not recommended" I've read the manual and it say nothing about WD hitch's. Again, I think this was the gen 1, not the gen 2.
as an aside, isn't interesting how the thread has digressed to single vs duel axle?

Ummm....you did say single axle was a concern.
Getting up to about 20 feet, I would be concerned, also, unless it was a 5000# axle.
Single vs. dual. I’ve had 2 singles and 2 duals. Never really noticed any ride difference.
If you are planning on boondocking, tank size would be a concern, too.


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Posted: 08/24/20 08:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My son has the smaller NoBo, and pulls it with an F-150. Says it sways a bit; but in his case, the tail isn't big enough/heavy enough to wag the dog. He REALLY likes the versatility of the trailer!

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Posted: 08/24/20 10:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you want something light and with a dual axle, check out an Apex Nano 203RBK.

We love our 208BHS and it tows great behind our midsize truck.


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Posted: 08/30/20 10:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Was looking at the Nano 213rds, liked it, but none available this side of the country. Dealer told me 3-4 month production date. So went with the No-Bo.

* This post was edited 08/30/20 10:12am by 3 dog nights *

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