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Old 07-11-2010, 06:31 PM   #1
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I wanna know how many people out there pull fith wheel Toy Haulers with 3/4 ton pickups if any and what your pulling, size and weight and type pickup.
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I wanna know how many people out there pull fifth wheel Toy Haulers with 3/4 ton pickups if any and what your pulling, size and weight and type pickup.
Frac999, ToyHauler are a very popular RV platform and they can be towed with anything from a 1/2 ton p/u to a MDT. The possibilities are endless.

I would list my needs, what I want to carry in the back and then spec out a trailer. Once you've got that project in the can. A truck is the easy part! Go with what you know. A dually will give you more stability however it won't really be a good every day driver.
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