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Old 11-16-2013, 06:44 AM   #15
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Location: Galveston TX
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We just took delivery of our 2014 Cougar 28 RLS XLITE.
Camped in it for a total 13 days so far.
We love our Cougar & 0 issues so far.
Pull it with a Ram 2500 Hemi 4x4 no issues .
Bottom line is find the floor plan you like .make sure the weights . lengths does not exceed the capacity of your tow vehicle buy it & go camping.
The 28RLS or something similar would probably be a good match for the 1500 Ram with proper WD hitch .
We choose the Equalizer 4 point hitch & have 0 sway issues.
I think no matter which you choose weather its a Keystone or Forest River you will be purchasing a quality RV .
As previous poster stated don't let the LITE ,X-LITE deter you from making a decision.
Our 28 RLS is 31 ft. long weighs in @ 6480 dry weight .
Have fun in your search
Mike D

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Old 11-17-2013, 01:05 PM   #16
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I have a 2010 Forest River Surveyor. The water tank is directly above the axle. Only an inch or 2 clearance, so axle hit tank, putting black mark on it [that's how I knew], so i called F/R and they paid the dealer to put bigger "dog bones' on axle , raising the axle a bit. Also put straps on tank because tank will sag when filled. So far no more black marks. everything else is quite satisfactory.

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