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Old 10-13-2012, 08:08 PM   #1
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Pleasure Way TS

Hi, I'm new to this so be patient with me, please. My husband & I just purchased a Pleasure Way TS. We would like to tow our 2011 Malibu behind it without a dolly. The Pleasure Way has a tow bar, but we can't find any info on what the towing capacity is. We winter in Naples, FL and would like our car with us for the winter. Does anyone know was the towing capacity is for this vehicle?

We have downsized from a 36' Mobile Suites 5th wheel but have a park model in a lovely park in Naples so just want the Pleasure Way for traveling to & from Naples and for shorter side trips the rest of the year. We're excited to start this new part of our lives (retirement! Yeah!)

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Old 10-14-2012, 09:10 AM   #2
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Off the Pleasureway site, if you have a Lexor TS, its 6,400 LBS TOWING CAPACITY. They do not list the towing cpacity of the Excel TS... which one do you have?


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Old 10-14-2012, 09:18 AM   #3
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We have an '08 Plateau TS, 3 ltr diesel. It is rated at 5000#...we pull a 20' Boston Whaler that weighs 4300#. No problems...our mileage drops from 21 to 14 though. We don,t drive fast. Hal
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