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Old 11-26-2014, 10:26 PM   #15
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I tow a 1999 Jeep Cherokee that weighs 3,500 lbs. with my 2014 Winnebago View 24G. It was a little sluggish in the Pennsylvania mountains, but it got me where I was going.

I use a Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain tow bar. It's a bit heavy, but easy for me to hook up, and I'm pretty small and very uncoordinated. (Walking and chewing gum sometimes presents a challenge.)

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Old 11-26-2014, 11:49 PM   #16
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Storage can be tight for larger items. Store our Dish Tailgater in the shower while on the road. Just spent 3 days together in 25 degree weather on the southwest corner of Mt StHelens and found it tight to carry what we thought we might need. We absolutely love this unit with the two slides and space for two. Taking it in to mercedes dealer in Seattle the day after Thankgiving to get two ignition keys made since one was missing at time of purchase. Camping World is picking up half of the bill of $840-----$140 key+ $250 programming+ state taxes. The Ranger weighs 2,940# empty with a 4 cylinder 5 speed trans. Paid $150 for Roadmaster Base Plates. $250 for Blue Ox brake in a Box, and $90 for near new Falcon2 tow bar all off E-Bay.separate lights added to existing brake/ tail housings courtesy of Roadmaster. Tow bar stays mounted to the Navion and takes only minutes to hook up. Most time taken setting up the Blue Ox. What I like the best is the silky smooth engine and transmission. No shortage of power and 17.2 mpg. Only complaint is gas customers blocking the Diesel pump.

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