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Old 02-22-2012, 06:59 AM   #11
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I had a 40' fifth wheel. I was limited and had to plan carefully and show up early since many campgrounds don't provide reservations. I never had to go home empty handed, but came close a few times. For me, it was a bear driving that rig, so I traded to a Class A 34'. Much easier to maneuver and more campsite availability. (for me).


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Old 02-22-2012, 07:20 AM   #12
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We moved up from a 28' to about a 35' last fall, and couldn't be happier with the extra room. The Tundra still pulls it OK and we have not had a problem finding a campsite; we stick to State and National parks. We seem to have a little more sway with it, but the design is very different and it is also higher. It is actually a little easier to back up. Our gas mileage has remained about the same, a dreadful 10-11 mpg. All in all, it was a good move for us. (we will also be retiring this year so hope to do more 'camping' with the TT)


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