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Old 06-04-2011, 07:45 AM   #1
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Just picked up a 21RR

Hi folks, glad to be here. My wife and I just picked up our 2012 21RR. I know this is a new model for Grey Wolf. It's just a 19RR with 2 more feet added.
I like to play with golf carts, make them faster, and generally more interesting.
I am the current director of the IGKRA, (International Golf Kart Recreation Association)(igkra.com)
We needed something that would let us carry a golf cart around the country for shows, trail rides, drag races, etc.
The 19RR was the choice, and when the 21RR was released, we jumped on that.
Looking forward to learning some tips and tricks from uall.
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Old 06-04-2011, 10:14 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forums and congrats on your new camper!!

Enjoy!!
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Old 06-18-2011, 01:14 PM   #3
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Newbie here..husband and I are looking at the 21RR for our family.
Question...we have a 2006 Toy Sequoia. The Manual says it has a towing capacity of 6300 Lbs. Any input on whether or not the Sequoia would pull the 21RR?

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Old 06-18-2011, 02:21 PM   #4
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Newbie here..husband and I are looking at the 21RR for our family.
Question...we have a 2006 Toy Sequoia. The Manual says it has a towing capacity of 6300 Lbs. Any input on whether or not the Sequoia would pull the 21RR?
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since it's new for this year, FR's website doesn't have the specs on it, yet, so you'd have to go find one or see if someone hear could post the specs.
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Old 06-18-2011, 02:38 PM   #5
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Maybe the orginial poster could post a picture of the yellow sticker. Keep in mind that the dry weight is only useful in quickly ruling out too heavy of trailers immediately. Look at the GVWR number instead of dry weight.
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Old 06-18-2011, 03:15 PM   #6
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It looks like it would be ok. Although you need to remember that the water tank holds 50 gallons at a weight of 400 lbs. so before you even start loading the trailer, you are already at 5000 lbs.





Have you looked at the 19RR? It's about 500 lbs less.
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It looks like it would be ok. Although you need to remember that the water tank holds 50 gallons at a weight of 400 lbs. so before you even start loading the trailer, you are already at 5000 lbs.





Have you looked at the 19RR? It's about 500 lbs less.
isn't there a actual factory UVW sticker inside the trailer?
usually it's on the inside of a cabinet door. mine is on one of the doors under the sink.
usually states weight with options but not water and propane.
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Old 06-18-2011, 03:57 PM   #8
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isn't there a actual factory UVW sticker inside the trailer?
usually it's on the inside of a cabinet door. mine is on one of the doors under the sink.
usually states weight with options but not water and propane.

I just looked all over the inside and cant find anything of the sort?
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I just looked all over the inside and cant find anything of the sort?
My trailer didn't have one either. I looked several times and didn't come across one. I'm being to think this is a thing of the past.

But on another note - I think I saw something in the door frame but my trailer is off site so I can't check.
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I recommend having someone run the numbers for you and get more feedback. I'm wondering if that unit would be pushing it a tad since you live in California which isn't flat land.

There are lots of people here with the knowledge to answer your question but I have to say that I'm not one of them. I am only speaking from bits & pieces of feedback from another board.
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