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Old 01-17-2016, 03:55 PM   #1
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Crusader 321RES 2016 Question

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This forum has always been great help. I have a 2013 Crusader 295RST that we have towed easily with a F250 6.2 gasser. It has the tow package but the standard rear. I have put a deposit on a 2016 Crusader 321RES that I have been in love with since they first came out. I believe I am not worried about the extra weight of the 321 itself but the hitch weight being 400 lbs heavier has me wondering. I did add Timbrens awhile back that made a big difference. Thoughts anyone??

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Old 01-21-2016, 07:04 PM   #2
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I have the 2015 321RES, pulling with a 1 ton Sierra disel with air bags and it pulls extremely easy. Only suggestion for the coach is to invest in Strong Arms right away, made a huge difference.

Also pay close attention to area in front of the door just to the right of the sink. We had some flooring problems there with the floor being soft due to the grey galley tank installed there.
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