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Old 10-17-2016, 04:56 PM   #1
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2016 4 Runner SR5 Premium with tow package 2014 Holiday Rambler Ultra Alumalite 22

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Beautiful and stylish rig. Handles well?
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Nice! How much does the trailer weigh? I love my Toyota sequioa.
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Old 10-18-2016, 10:41 AM   #4
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Looks great.

Nice to see another HR trailer.

This is our 187QB

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Beautiful and stylish rig. Handles well?
It does surprisingly well! I used to tow my rigs with 1 ton dually so kind of nervous at first. But I stay within manufacturer's limits and use both stabilizer bars and sway control. I feel it behind me, of course, and the gas mileage isn't the best but overall I am happy. I live in Reno at around 4400 feet and we have to climb up to 6,000 feet or higher to get anywhere so I can't wait to tow at sea level once!
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Looks great.

Nice to see another HR trailer.

This is our 187QB

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nice rig! I bought my HR used (twice maybe) and is in new condition - very happy!
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Nice! How much does the trailer weigh? I love my Toyota sequioa.
It measures 22'-4" long, 7'-6" wide, and dry weight is 3475 lbs. The 4runner is rated for 5,000 lbs so after adding propane, two batteries, some bedding, minimal food and clothing, I am in great shape - but I intend to weigh rig soon on commercial scale.
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Beautiful and stylish rig. Handles well?
It does! I have stabilizer bars and sway control (and brake controller of course) and I am under the 5,000 lb rating for 4runner. Very happy!
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Old 10-24-2016, 02:39 PM   #9
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Looks great.

Nice to see another HR trailer.

This is our 187QB

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Think I just commented in one of your earlier posts
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Didn't know HR was still making travel trailers. Our favorite TT was a 28' HR Alumi-light we bought new back in 1992. Never had a problem with that TT and tow it all over SoCA at least twice a month.

I'm sure you will have a great time with your new TT.
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