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Old 06-26-2014, 09:49 PM   #1
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Class A vs. Super C (Dynamax)

I have been towing my race trailer with a 42' tag axle Travel Supreme for a couple years now, it's doing a great job, I've just been having the wanderlust for something like the Dynamax.........anyone tow with one and have an opinion please share...........thanx JB
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Although I don't routinely pull a trailer with our NRC, check out all the racers who use these for transporting their goods.
These truck conversions are the real deal for pulling. Most are equipped with a hitch rated at 40000 lb pull and 9000 lbs of tongue weight and believe me when I say that I have seen guys overload them.
In cases like that, you will generate problems but towing within the set parameters these beasts are bulletproof.
Check out Racing Junk or if you are interested in a new Haulmark, I saw it and was priced at $250k Canadian.
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Another company I purchased my ShowHauler Motorhome from is Big Power Coaches in Hickory, NC.

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Suggest you go with the Super C's if your into towing! Hey, check out the thread here that show's PICS of trailers people use here... NICE RIGS!
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