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Old 09-26-2007, 03:18 PM   #15
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Well due to some lifestyle changes I have put the conversion route on hold for a while. I am sticking with the 5th wheel as it makes more economic sense at the time. From all the research I have done though, 4X4 chassis the size to handle what I was looking to do was way too expensive. When the time comes I will probably just settle for the 2X and tow a 4 wheel drive toad.

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Old 09-27-2007, 05:23 AM   #16
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Freightliner M2112 offers a 4x4 option. It's not mentioned on the website, but included in the literature download.

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When you take the jump to a truck conversion you won't be sorry. I pull an enclosed car trailer, total weight about 8k. It's impossible to tell if you're pulling the trailer without looking in the rear view mirrors or backup camera. These t/c's are simply the best for towing. And, my truck has 200 gallon fresh water tanks so pretty good for boondocking. I think you're pretty good with a 26' living quarters. I'm very happy with mine.

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