[QUOTE=Windjam2;1069221]I hope this isn't off-topic for this thread, I'm sorry if so.
We purchased our new 2015 Windjammer 3025w in October, and due to my Dad's declining health were unable to take her out camping since. We did, however, have a camp out at our home for our adult kids/grands in late Oct. and had a great time. We are really pleased with our Windjammer.
My question for other Windjammer 30+ owners -- are you pleased with the fuel mileage you are getting when towing your trailer, thinking when not in mountains?
The reason I'm asking is the one time we towed her (home from the dealership) it was about a two-hour drive, but we seemed to be struggling to get down the interstate. It was raining, and even though it was dark, it looked as though we were driving into the wind. Our tv is a 2011 GMC 2500HD 4x4.
Our Ram gets about 10 mpg towing the W or our boat. The TT weighs almost 2000 pounds more than the old boat and is much easier to tow. We had a little wiggle with the trailer during one tow. I had the front closet and bedroom really packed.. I mean full! Rearranged some supplies, the bottled liquid kind, to the center of the trailer and no more wiggle.
If your W is hard to tow, check your WDH. You may need to adjust up. We did that too.
2015 Windjammer 3029 Diamond Edition
2011 Ram 5.7 hemi
Ohio River Rat
2015 camping:59 nights
2016 camping: 49 nights with many more planned