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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-30-2017, 08:59 PM
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SlammedRanger - Your picture looks more like a condo with a few ATV's spread around. Wow! I'm impressed. It sure looks professional and CLEAN, makes me jealous for sure.
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The one i posted is all i have on my phone. I can snap a few more tomorrow. It has a king size bed in the back that folds into a table and benches. And a queen size bed in the front. Im not trying to thread jack though so i will post the pictures on my own thread.

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SlammedRanger - Your picture looks more like a condo with a few ATV's spread around. Wow! I'm impressed. It sure looks professional and CLEAN, makes me jealous for sure.
^^^^^ and I'd like to see more pics of it!

Seems how it is atleast showing a toyhauler trailer that would work for the OP i will just post the pictures that jay requested.
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nice toy hauler there, what do you tow with??
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No problem! I actually tow it with a ram 1500. 4.7 with a tuner. And it pulls it pretty well for what it is. Unless im trying to get above 60mph lol. That is the cut-off for power.

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OK then, that seems like a big trailer for that 4.7 LOL

but gather a lot has to do with how hilly things are where you live, or not, as in flat lands, that should be all you need to tow with , having a bigger truck to stop it too!

around here, all the hills would be hard on a 4.7 for sure
heck my dodge's with 5.7's struggled with smaller trailers than that one LOL
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I just went through this process with my new Honda 1000 and ended up with an open trailer. I didn't want an 8' wide, and 7' wide just doesn't work even with a custom roadside door. It's not a problem to add height to a trailer (6 or 12 inches) if you buy it new. It's the width that you'll find is your problem. I bought a 7 x 12 aluminum trailer that makes loading and unloading a snap - hydraulic assist on the tilt. I have road tested a trailer like I ordered, but I don't remember the mfg. I did put a 2' gravel guard on the front of the trailer, and the dealer said that it would be a big help to add mud flaps on the rear of my SUV. I get the trailer next week if you would like more details. I was very disappointed that I couldn't make an enclosed trailer work, but I ended up with a very nice alternative.

I would be interested to see what you end up with.
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OK then, that seems like a big trailer for that 4.7 LOL

but gather a lot has to do with how hilly things are where you live, or not, as in flat lands, that should be all you need to tow with , having a bigger truck to stop it too!

around here, all the hills would be hard on a 4.7 for sure
heck my dodge's with 5.7's struggled with smaller trailers than that one LOL
5.7 dodge struggles with your trailer ?..hmmm..should have bought a 5.3L chevy...lol.
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OK then, that seems like a big trailer for that 4.7 LOL



but gather a lot has to do with how hilly things are where you live, or not, as in flat lands, that should be all you need to tow with , having a bigger truck to stop it too!



around here, all the hills would be hard on a 4.7 for sure

heck my dodge's with 5.7's struggled with smaller trailers than that one LOL


5.7 dodge struggles with your trailer ?..hmmm..should have bought a 5.3L chevy...lol.


The hemi makes 395hp 410tq and the 5.3 makes 355hp 383tq......so bit of a downgrade. I have a buddy with a truck that has that 5.3 in it, that thing is weak sauce compared to the hemi, even with a little tuner on it.


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OK then, that seems like a big trailer for that 4.7 LOL



but gather a lot has to do with how hilly things are where you live, or not, as in flat lands, that should be all you need to tow with , having a bigger truck to stop it too!



around here, all the hills would be hard on a 4.7 for sure

heck my dodge's with 5.7's struggled with smaller trailers than that one LOL


5.7 dodge struggles with your trailer ?..hmmm..should have bought a 5.3L chevy...lol.


The hemi makes 395hp 410tq and the 5.3 makes 355hp 383tq......so bit of a downgrade. I have a buddy with a truck that has that 5.3 in it, that thing is weak sauce compared to the hemi, even with a little tuner on it.


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welllllllll..I was just wondering why a 5.7 has trouble pulling a trailer ?. I've pulled a 29ft nomad, fully loaded, and had no trouble..cept drinking a ton of gas..lol. maybe rear gears ?, mine has 3.73 .

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