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27 footer vs 32 footer, towing/handling difference?

Been towing a Crossroads 222RB for a few years, it is 27 feet long, 5K UVW. Looking at 32 foot TT's, wondering if there's much difference in towing/handling/managing the extra 5 feet and 1500 pounds? Tow vehicle not an issue, just looking for experience of moving up in length/weight, and if there's any additional hassles... :)
lss177 11/12/19 03:06pm Travel Trailers
RE: Camp Kitchen with Sink that connects to outside shower?

Yes, its nice to have the option to clean dishes outside as well, I have another camper with an outside kitchen, can clean dishes outside while the wife cleans up inside :) . Buying an additional much smaller camper with no outside kitchen, was looking for options to clean stuff up outside as well as inside.
lss177 09/15/19 04:54pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Camp Kitchen with Sink that connects to outside shower?

Anyone have a camp kitchen that can connect to the outside shower of a travel trailer or motorhome? Looking to wash dishes outside, camp kitchen looks like the solution...? Thanks!
lss177 09/15/19 04:02pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Towing travel trailer with a Sprinter C?

Thanks everyone, will heed all of the advice!
lss177 04/03/19 09:11am Class C Motorhomes
Towing travel trailer with a Sprinter C?

Hi, looking to (occasionally) tow a travel trailer (5K UVW, 27 feet long, 500 pound hitch weight) with a Sprinter diesel Class C... anyone have experience towing a travel trailer with a Sprinter Class C? Will have WDH and sway control on travel trailer and hitch, fyi. Of course, noticed most Sprinter C's have 5000 pound tow ratings with 500 pound tongue weight limit. Thanks!
lss177 04/03/19 07:02am Class C Motorhomes
Coachmen 24FS towing a travel trailer?

Hi, looking to (occasionally) tow a travel trailer (5K UVW, 27 feet long) with a 2018 E450 gas Coachmen 24FS... anyone have experience towing a travel trailer with a Class C? Will have WDH and sway control on travel trailer, the Coachmen is 26' long, with 7500 lb. tow rating and 750 lb. tongue weight rating. All the weights look good with the E450 chassis, so mostly looking for "real-world" towing experiences. Thanks!
lss177 02/04/19 02:17pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Weight question.... Jeep GC Trailhawk

We pull a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee with our 2017 Winnebago Aspect 27K (30ft), V10, 6 Speed. No problems. We had a good braking system installed and there is no issue with the V10. We're close to the limit but have room on the GCWR. No problems. Thanks, I'm assuming E450 chassis?
lss177 01/28/19 05:19pm Class C Motorhomes
Weight question.... Jeep GC Trailhawk

Looking to flat tow an 18 Hemi JGC Trailhawk, curb weight is 5000 lbs or so. Looking at gas Class C's with Chevy 4500 or Ford E450 chassis. Towing limit is usually 5000 pounds on Chevy, 7500 pounds on Ford. Anyone have toad experience with either Chevy or Ford at the 5k pound number? Is 5k pounds too much for the gas coaches? Thanks!
lss177 01/28/19 02:52pm Class C Motorhomes
Safety concerns and crash data for Class A's?

So, looking at a Class A, but concerned about the crash safety of the driver/passenger cell of a Class A. With no passive restraints (air bags) and no formal crash testing, it's tough to convince the wife that we should go Class A instead of Class C. Is there any data that shows that any particular Class A manufacturer is "better" than others when it comes to the "safety cell" for driver/passenger? Fyi, we're looking at late-model gas coaches, 32 feet or so.
lss177 01/24/19 08:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Youtube TV, a positive experience

This discussion is not accounting for the cost of the data needed for all of this streaming.Yep, and watching movies on a tiny screen with horrible sound. There are many data plans that are $50 or less, unlimited data, no throttling. The "tiny screen" comment is hilarious, I watch youtube.tv on a 42" tv with a Roku stick in the camper. There are many ways to skin the technology cat, I was simply giving my opinion on the positive experience I've had with youtube.tv :)
lss177 11/23/18 07:57pm Technology Corner
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