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Old 02-27-2015, 04:26 PM   #11
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There was a gentleman on here that flat towed a jeep behind his Crusader a couple of years ago. I wonder how his held up.
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Old 02-27-2015, 04:54 PM   #12
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I would recommend an anti sway if you are going to do this. Good luck.
What sort of anti sway do you suggest to use with a 5th wheel?
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A lot of States will not allow it, so depends where you go plus I think that the law says 65' max length on all interstates, could be wrong but I think I'm right about that. Good luck
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Old 02-27-2015, 05:35 PM   #14
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A lot of States will not allow it, so depends where you go plus I think that the law says 65' max length on all interstates, could be wrong but I think I'm right about that. Good luck
That is dependent on the state.
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What sort of anti sway do you suggest to use with a 5th wheel?
If the tow unit is small then a friction bar type should do the job. I had a 3500 pound pup and it worked on that.
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Old 03-19-2015, 03:46 PM   #16
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Whenever we've wanted to take the boat, we've always had to take 2 tow vehicles. Hubby pulls the trailer, and I pull the boat. He flatly refuses to tow anything that he can't see behind him. It's a pain with double the gas, but he feels safer and I can't argue with that.
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If the tow unit is small then a friction bar type should do the job. I had a 3500 pound pup and it worked on that.
Never seen an anti sway for a 5th wheel.
I think mr dan was trying to point out the fact that this doesn't exist.
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Whenever we've wanted to take the boat, we've always had to take 2 tow vehicles. Hubby pulls the trailer, and I pull the boat. He flatly refuses to tow anything that he can't see behind him. It's a pain with double the gas, but he feels safer and I can't argue with that.
That's what we have always done as well.
No way you would catch me double towing with any camper trailers, most frames just cant handle it.
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Never seen an anti sway for a 5th wheel.
I think mr dan was trying to point out the fact that this doesn't exist.
For the boat not the 5th.
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Whenever we've wanted to take the boat, we've always had to take 2 tow vehicles. Hubby pulls the trailer, and I pull the boat. He flatly refuses to tow anything that he can't see behind him. It's a pain with double the gas, but he feels safer and I can't argue with that.
I couldn't agree more!
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