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Old 07-04-2009, 10:55 AM   #1
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Towing a Nissan Titan

I'm moving up to a 6000lb Titan. Is anybody already towing one? What are you using for a brake system?
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Air Force One

I am towing a Dodge Sprinter Class B motorhome which weights 7,000 lbs. The Air Force One is the best choice.
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We towed a 2004 Nissan Titan for about 50,000 miles all over the US and to Alaska and Canada. We towed it behind a 2000 HR Endeavor Diesel and it towed wonderfully. You will need a drive line disconnect however. We used a Roadmaster even brake and it worked very well. We would still be towing it except we went to a fifth wheel and diesel truck. You will have no problems towing it at all.
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Thanks for the feedback. BTW, how did the Titan drive when not towing with the disconnect driveshaft? Could you tell the difference from the original setup?
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Could not tell a bit of difference. We also towed a 26 foot cabin cruiser from Orlando, Fl. to LaConner, WA. and the truck pulled it fine with no problems with the Titan. We really liked are Titan and how it drove and the nice ride. We would still have it if we had not need a one ton truck.
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