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Old 09-20-2022, 05:33 PM   #1
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Towing a pop up camper on ice and snowy roads

Hi,

I have towed my Jeep behind two MH's and have never towed in winter so need some advice.

Have some guys winter camping trips where we normally tent camp but thinking of towing a pop up instead.

Pop will be between 2000-3000lbs. Tow vehicle is a 2018 4x4 Ford Expestion with tow package and winter tires.

Would appreciate any advice.

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Towing the trailer will not be the slightest of problems. Your problem will be heating it. Bring lots of propane.
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Towing the trailer will not be the slightest of problems. Your problem will be heating it. Bring lots of propane.
Hi,

I am not worried about heating it as it's a hard sided a frame which I only need to heat to 45f.

I am coming from a tent a -25f sleeping bag.

More worried about getting it their in one piece ;-)
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