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Old 12-03-2011, 11:05 PM   #1
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Nice Tow Vehicle

May not be an ideal set-up for 5th wheel, but it would tow that Eagle 330RLTS that I wish I had just fine..........:





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I totally cracked up when I saw the rear spoiler!
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I guess you could carry enough firewood anyway. Larry
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Its too tall to tow a 5er.....
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May not be an ideal set-up for 5th wheel, but it would tow that Eagle 330RLTS that I wish I had just fine..........:





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My 330RLTS would look awesom behind that Volvo.
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Is that rear wing functional or does it hold extra fuel?
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It's to support the third brake light.
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Old 12-04-2011, 04:39 PM   #8
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My 330RLTS would look awesome behind that Volvo.
I thought so as well....., that would be one sweet TV/TT combo cruising down the interstate!

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The mighty Cummins is found in a lot of Volvo trucks. You could save a lot of money and just buy a Dodge.
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But it wouldn't look as cool.
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