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Old 09-20-2015, 08:02 PM   #1
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Lightest SUV Toad

Now I am towing a weighty vehicle and wish to reduce my towing weight.

I need something that I can put 3 dogs in and also carry 2 more passengers including myself and my DW.

Maybe someone can point me to a website or has knowledge regarding this situation.

I thank you all for HELP. Thanx

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Pops2.....Here you go, hope it helps Downloadable Dinghy Guides | MotorHome Magazine

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Thanx Nick Just what I was looking for.

thanx again

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