Originally Posted by merlin66043
I thought about that but I don't anticipate getting a bigger trailer and the 3.55 limited slip will help a little bit with the gas mileage. Figured just the standard tow will pull my trailer just fine. Has to be better than what I am driving now.
But will know more this weekend after pulling. Lake time and lots of
Thanks for the idea though.
I think you will be fine. My Supercrew (like yours) pulls my 33' Flagstaff 830FLSS just fine (with my equalizer.) It was 7,000+ dry
and the Ecoboost takes it down the road just fine. I know many people like to keep upsizing the RV and I've been there and done that. I finally realized I much preferred camping at more rustic sites so I've gone up and back settling on a 29' camper, whcih is on order. Out of all my RVs over the years my favorite was a 24' Arctic Fox. Went from it to a big Everest 5'er and then a big TT and regretted it over and over. If you like RV'ing at big plush commercial RV parks (I don't) it's hard to beat one of the big rigs and a diesel to haul it. My D/A was a great tow vehicle but I sure enjoy my F150 more (especially when I fill it up.)