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Old 04-17-2014, 06:25 AM   #1
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What are you pulling the 36CKTS with, size not brand

I have a 3500HD SRW and I found a good deal on a 36RE, trouble is I want to go full time. The 30RL is the same size as the 36CKTS. DW is going to quit work next year and then I plan to hit the road a lot. The 30RL is 34ft and the 36RE is 40ft, what should I do?
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:00 AM   #2
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Well your missing a little info but, If you have a diesel and 18 or 20 inch wheels, you should be OK with that trailer. Your getting in dually range for full timing tho.
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:14 AM   #3
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2010 36re here towed with a 2005 F350 dually diesel, that heavy I would prefer the dually.
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:47 AM   #4
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Well your missing a little info but, If you have a diesel and 18 or 20 inch wheels, you should be OK with that trailer. Your getting in dually range for full timing tho.
I really did not want to go with DRW, I got a good deal on my 12 Silverado diesel and I did not want to trade, I have 18in tires, I plan to spend about $10,000 bucks on the 30RL and the 36RE would already have what I want installed. Its just a thought, oh well thats what I wanted honest answers
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Old 04-17-2014, 08:28 AM   #6
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Pulling my 36CKTS with 2014 Silverado HD3500 SWR and no problems at all.
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I have a 3500HD SRW and I found a good deal on a 36RE, trouble is I want to go full time. The 30RL is the same size as the 36CKTS. DW is going to quit work next year and then I plan to hit the road a lot. The 30RL is 34ft and the 36RE is 40ft, what should I do?
Spock, Spock, Spock,
You know the 30RL is not the same size as the 36CKTS. You have had your 30RL for 1 year now and were planning some upgrades to make it fit your needs. So what happened since November when you wrote this:
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I guess I will keep the 30RL and turn it into a baby 36RE with out the 40ft length. DW does not like a class a, its what you like and sometimes the small spots you can't get into with a big camper. The 36CKTS is nice and if I ever quit moving around a lot I am sure going to get one, there are one nice camper
?????

I'm guessing the Springtime getting ready to hit the road bug has bitten you again. Since you know that I have been there, done that, I will follow this thread for its entertainment value. I'm sure amazement and mystification awaits.
Thank you in advance...

BTW, My answer to your question is " One Ton".
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Old 04-17-2014, 09:33 AM   #8
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Pulling my 36CKTS with 2014 Silverado HD3500 SWR and no problems at all.
I think you have your answer. Good luck nice trailer.
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Spock, Spock, Spock,
You know the 30RL is not the same size as the 36CKTS. You have had your 30RL for 1 year now and were planning some upgrades to make it fit your needs. So what happened since November when you wrote this:

?????

I'm guessing the Springtime getting ready to hit the road bug has bitten you again. Since you know that I have been there, done that, I will follow this thread for its entertainment value. I'm sure amazement and mystification awaits.
Thank you in advance...

BTW, My answer to your question is " One Ton".
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you are right the 30RL is not the same size as the 36CKTS, I got the 3500 at a good deal, $13,000 off the sticker of $50,000 at 0 percent interest for 72 months, that will not happen again. The 36RE has what I want on it but I can turn the 30RL into a baby 36RL, it will just cost about $10,000 . Spring is in the air, DW says we have a nice camper and to keep what we got, it just sounds like a real good deal on the 36RE
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