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Old 05-02-2016, 08:54 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by hbillsmith View Post
Easy answer. "Toy Hauler" means something heavy will be added to the usual culprits people, food and stuff. For toy haulers, the cargo carry is usually much grater than non-toy haulers. A 24 to 29ft TT may be just fine for 1500
True...they usually do have more cargo capacity. Probably much more than most will ever need. When mine is fully loaded (with the toy) it weighs about 7,600 pounds. I would have to put another 2,200 pounds in it to reach max gross weight but there isn't enough room to do that.

At some point during every day you suddenly realize nothing else productive is going to happen the rest of that day. For me, it usually occurs around 9 am.

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Old 05-04-2016, 02:34 PM   #32
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Thanks everyone for your help, I solved the problem. Found a nice low milage 2014 Ram 2500 Diesel and traded the 1500. Payments are less than the 1500 and it's got some of the options the wife always complained my 1500 didn't have. I'll reweigh everythig later this week I hope. It would have been nice to not have a payment after June 1st. lol such is life.

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