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Old 02-09-2016, 03:55 PM   #231
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Three things would change going from 14 to 15. Tire to fender clearance, tire to tire clearance and hitch height. I suspect the suspension is set up different between 14 and 15. I would in fact will go to a 14 inch 215 75 D to get more capacity.
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Old 02-09-2016, 04:05 PM   #232
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Listen I traded a grey wolf 19rr for my new one and honestly that grey wolf is a tuff trailer the paint over the aluminum is fantastic it will hold up as long as when your done camping you clean it good do not worry about you grey wolf. it is made as well as any other camper Mine held up great
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Old 02-10-2016, 08:09 AM   #233
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215/75/15 would be much larger;
this much larger
Diameter inches (mm) 1.59 (40.4) 6.1%
Width inches (mm) &nbsp 0.39 (10) 4.9%
Circum. inches (mm) 5 (126.92) 6.1%
Sidewall Height inches (mm) 0.3 (7.5) 4.9%
Revolutions per mile (km) -44.36 (-27.57) -5.7%

https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc...5r14-215-75r15
I was referring to the 215/75/14's....Sorry I wasn't more clear.

Maxxis lists on their website that you would get an extra 110lbs capacity on each tire at 50PSI and it is actually 17 Revolutions less per mile.
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Old 02-12-2016, 03:45 PM   #234
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Does anyone know what the frame of these trailers are made of? Also does the kitchen table slide out turn into a bed or is it just a table? Just trying to figure out how they make them so lite. I'm still doing a lot of research on these and liking them more and more each day.
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Old 02-12-2016, 04:02 PM   #235
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Does anyone know what the frame of these trailers are made of? Also does the kitchen table slide out turn into a bed or is it just a table? Just trying to figure out how they make them so lite. I'm still doing a lot of research on these and liking them more and more each day.
Cheyenne Camping Center takes the best pictures and show every config of the furniture, cabinets, etc. Here's a link, it shows the kitchen table somewhere in there:

https://cheyennecampingcenter.com/rv...y-forest-river
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Old 02-12-2016, 04:08 PM   #236
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The frames are made of steel.
I know what you mean! I have a 26rr and am amazed how light it is!
Dry weight is 2000lbs heavier than my last camper, and like 8 feel longer, pulls the same...
So glad I found these trailers! The layout I wanted and lighter weight than anything else in its class, by thousands..
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Thanks again guys. I'm a member of a lot of forums for and some can be full of as***... jerks. Everyone here has been nice and helpful.
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Old 02-12-2016, 04:39 PM   #238
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That site has great pictures!
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Old 02-14-2016, 11:23 AM   #239
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Hey that's how the cushions go 😀 I always get frustrated with the jig saw puzzle and they just get put where ever.
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Old 02-14-2016, 06:59 PM   #240
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Looking to buy a 2016 27rr

Hello, my wife and I are thinking of purchasing the 2016 27rr. I noticed a few people have said they haul their side x side in it. When measuring the height of the rear door, it appears as some side x sides will not fit, and others will be VERY close to hitting. Can anyone speak to this? For now we'll be hauling a motorcycle, but have discussed going 4 wheeling in the future.

We are new to the travel trailer/toy hauler scene, so I'm also wondering what other immediate costs should I be aware of for extra things we'll need to purchase? For example, do we need a sewer hose, specific chemicals for the toilet etc? There's a lot of really good information on here, and I really appreciate any advice.

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