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Old 02-10-2012, 07:24 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by rodro123 View Post
We are very happy with the 320rlds, love the larger tanks, and having recliners with the big rear window to look outside. It pulls very well with my ram 2500, we hold 65mph in 25 mph head winds and cross winds. The 320rlds is 35' 6" from ball to bumper.Most 18 wheelers going down the highway are 55', My truck and tt are at 56'.
Hi Rod, how is that 1400/14K Equal-i-zer hitch working on that long trailer? The reason I ask is that I will be ordering soon that size hitch for our on-order Eagle Super Lite 308RETS coming soon.

Mike, Kim, and Pepper (Min Pin security)
Current TT: 2012 Eagle Super Lite 308RETS
Current Hitch: Equal-i-zer 1400/14K
Current TV: 2010 Chevy 2500HD, CC, LB, Duramax/Allison

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Old 02-10-2012, 10:20 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Moving Target View Post
Is anyone crazy as I am? I bought a 23FB Jayco Flight G2 last June. It is wonderful!!! But now I have that "I want one bigger" itch. Kathie
We just bought our first PUP (a 00') last spring and I am already am looking at newer ones. We love the one we have, but its always that 'something better' that lurks around the next corner. Its not the size we are struggling with, its just the newer features & materials.:drooling:

And yes, its an urge that just won't go away. Argggggg!

Camping is just a relaxing way to practice for being homeless. :Flag:

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2000 Quest 8U PUP
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