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Old 06-19-2017, 06:56 PM   #11
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New to the forum and TT ownership. Picking up a 17FD on Saturday.
What is the required drawbar height for a Hummingbird?
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Old 06-20-2017, 08:24 AM   #12
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What's up everyone? I've absorbed so much information from this site. This past weekend I ended up going to a local Camping World to check out the Hummingbird.
The sale's person basically said that I couldn't travel with the Hummingbird loaded with water. Unless I left everything else I needed at home. This will be my fist travel trailer. It's my wife and I with an 1 year old. We would like to travel with our son with the trailer to different destinations across the country that would involve some dry camping. Has anyone traveled with the Hummingbird loaded with water? Should I be looking at something else? Any advice would be great. Also has anyone ever rented an RV from RVShare? I saw someone renting out their Hummingbird. I figured what better way to test it out without dropping the bank.
My T/V is a Ram 1500 Bighorn
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Old 06-20-2017, 01:03 PM   #13
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What's up everyone? I've absorbed so much information from this site. This past weekend I ended up going to a local Camping World to check out the Hummingbird.
The sale's person basically said that I couldn't travel with the Hummingbird loaded with water. Unless I left everything else I needed at home. This will be my fist travel trailer. It's my wife and I with an 1 year old. We would like to travel with our son with the trailer to different destinations across the country that would involve some dry camping. Has anyone traveled with the Hummingbird loaded with water? Should I be looking at something else? Any advice would be great. Also has anyone ever rented an RV from RVShare? I saw someone renting out their Hummingbird. I figured what better way to test it out without dropping the bank.
My T/V is a Ram 1500 Bighorn
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I can't imagine why you would not be able to take water. Your ram would be a great match for the hummingbird.

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Old 06-20-2017, 03:05 PM   #14
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I have always filled my fresh water full in my 17RK as that's all I do is dry camp.
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