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Old 03-08-2011, 07:46 AM   #11
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We have a 2011 30WRLS which is the same length 34 ft 3 inches and as has been said try to use truck stops as much as possible. We did a 6000km trip last summer and when we were on secondary type roads in nothern Ontario when we got to 1/2 a tank of fuel I started looking for stations I could drive straight up to the pumps and stopped when I found one. Not sure about your Titan but when we are towing I use mid grade or premimum fuel and it is not always available so that is another thing you need to watch when pulling in. Only once did we have to pull in and back out and I will tell you that is not fun at a busy station. The DW guided me back and stopped traffic coming in. You will discover that the trailer tracks pretty nice in tight spaces after you get used to it, I have been in places that I had to have the DW watch to make sure we cleared everything when we were tturning as you cannot see the outside rear corner when turning. As to the trailer itself and your truck, that is a very long trailer for the wheelbase of your truck more so than a weight issue.
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Old 03-08-2011, 07:59 AM   #12
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Thanks for those great comments and the ability to share some funny, but costly stories. We can't wait to get out and visit with other RVers, from those we have met in person or shared communications with on the internet, everyone appears to be our type of people. Thanks again.
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Old 03-08-2011, 08:22 AM   #13
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One more thing make sure you get a very good hitch with built in sway control. Blue Ox Swap Pro, Reese Dual Cam or an Equalizer are the only 3 I would consider. The Hensly Arrow and Pro Pride 3 P are fine hitches as well but well over 2k and with the inverted ball reciever the V-Lite trailers have you need a large drop shank which puts the actual hitch too close to the ground IMO.
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Old 03-11-2011, 09:47 PM   #14
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We were so impressed with the unit that I plan to travel over 250 miles to take delivery.
Can you post some photos of your new camper???


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