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Old 06-11-2011, 01:34 PM   #11
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I tow w/Berkshire

Originally Posted by wnytaxman View Post
I must admit that I am kind of curious that no one tows a car with a Berkshire? If you have a toad, the tire pressure monitor is a necessity and it is really recommended with just the motorhome. It can sure save a lot of grief when you have a slow leak and you don't realize it. That is exactly what happened to us in Indiana and it almost caused an accident.
We have a 2011 Berkshire 360 FWS and I am towing a Honda CR-V 4 down. Just came from California to Florida on the I-10. We had no problems with the tow and hardly knew it was back there. We will be going further North on the return trip and will encounter more grades but nothing I would call mountainous. I will repost with more information about the return.


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Old 06-11-2011, 06:41 PM   #12
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We also tow with our Berkshire ( a 2002 chevy venture, 4 down with transmission fluid circulatory pump ). So far I'm just checking the pressure at every stop, but I imagine I will be getting a TPMS that will follow the toad's pressures as well.

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