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Old 09-28-2006, 06:11 PM   #1
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I realize this web site forum doesn't cater to much to Class B questions----but I will throw a few out anyway. In a RoadTrek of the early 90's version, what were the differences between the 210 and the 190 besides length??? What engine did Dodge use and was it a 2500 or a 3500 chassis. Were these vehicles capable of pulling a travel trailer like a Holiday Rambler Alumalite---dry wt. 5500 lbs and wet wt. 6800 lbs. 26 feet long. Would paying $10,000 for a 1991 Versatile 190 RT be a fair price???

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I realize this web site forum doesn't cater to much to Class B questions----but I will throw a few out anyway. In a RoadTrek of the early 90's version, what were the differences between the 210 and the 190 besides length??? What engine did Dodge use and was it a 2500 or a 3500 chassis. Were these vehicles capable of pulling a travel trailer like a Holiday Rambler Alumalite---dry wt. 5500 lbs and wet wt. 6800 lbs. 26 feet long. Would paying $10,000 for a 1991 Versatile 190 RT be a fair price???

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Ya might be better served getting a lighter weight used 8.5' Slide in Camper and using your existing truck to pull the alumalite behind it.
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Have you looke at sportsmobile? All custome and we almost went in that direction, but found it easier to with our present rig.
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The 210 is much wider and is in reality a full conversion with major modification to sidewalls etc. The 190 and smaller are standard vans converted.
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