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2021 [email protected] 320 Boondock "Mattie Ross" | [email protected] Nights: 25 | 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk | [email protected] owner since 2014
Hi yes i love the idea of the cassette toilet for sure, but it isnt a deal breaker. I wont be showering in the 320 i will have to sit to pee! My tow vehicle is a 2017 honda ridgeline
I drive too far with my job to get spnethingvthat hard on gas, my Ridgeland used 7.8 liters per 100 kms!
A good TV is more than paper specs, it is more about correct size and mass for better control and braking ability. Both TV and trailer should at least be same width, and ideally the TV should outweigh the trailer by a good margin, to improve stability between the two.cheers
I agree the specifications are important. Trailer width can vary of course. Depending on the type of trailer. I was referring more to using a small SUV type vehicle that just barely meets the specs to tow a much larger trailer. Same applies, towing a trailer that is significantly wider than your TV requires special considerations, slower speeds and careful cornering, as well as the extended mirrors. My point was, the closer your trailer is matched to the TV, will result in a better towing experience with more positive control over the trailer. I saw a Jeep Gladiator PU truck pulling a 24-food power fishing boat on a trailer that made the truck look very small by comparison of the load being towed. Not sure I would want to be driving that rig. 🙄cheers