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Old 11-11-2014, 07:51 AM   #31
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I used to haul a Coachman 249 FQB, (I recall dry wt around 4,500 lbs) with a 2006 Tacoma DC. It had the 6 sp standard. I was within all specs of truck. Power was fine, braking was fine and with WDH it rode level. The killer was sway induced by passing buses and transports.

I used the Taco for one season and moved on to Tundra.

The Taco willl do the job, bit in some traffic and wind conditions, it will not be a pleasant experience. It can be done safely by slowing down and avoiding heavy traffic.

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