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Old 02-23-2012, 05:54 PM   #15
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Rednax, The truck is loaded heavier and it settles the suspension for a better ride. The tri-axle Avion travel trailer pulled straight as an arrow, but was not as smooth as a 5er. With the 5er, even with the Mor-ride hitch, there is still a slight amount of chucking on certain cement road surfaces.

87_fixer, the wife fell in love with the floor plan and we concentrated our search for a Cameo with that floor plan. Turns out it was one of the more popular plans.


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