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Old 05-01-2013, 06:46 PM   #15
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I checked my NADA book. I see Tetons listed for the 2010MY.

Does anyone know if these can be towed with a normal dually? When I see them for sale seems they are always with a M2 Sport Chassis truck or even a full fledge tractor truck.

Anyway I will add them as the tippy top group of 5ers along with New Horizons and Space Craft.

Then DRV Elite Suites, Excel Limited, LifeStyle and NuWa Champagne.

Then DRV Mobile Suites, Excel Winslow
NuWa Discover America

Followed by HR Presidential (I think this 5er is built well)

Then Dynamax Trilogy, DRV Tradition, CrossRoads Redwood

Them all the others.

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Old 05-01-2013, 06:55 PM   #16
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I got a couple friends and I saw others today at the Teton rally that pull with a F-350. A friend of mine had his individual weighed when I had my Cedar Creek weighed and his weighted less then mine, also note though mine is 42' and his is 36'. I saw one for sale on line today that was a smaller one and they said it was made to be pulled by a 3/4 ton.

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Originally Posted by KnightsWatch View Post
That is what I gathered from the NADA book too Rusty, but this site leads me to believe otherwise.

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So why don't you contact them and ask and let us know what they say?
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So why don't you contact them and ask and let us know what they say?
I thougth Clifftall covered that in his post. I called too and received message that the # was out of service. I emailed them and although it was not returned as undeliverable, I did not receive a reply.

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