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Old 06-26-2013, 03:41 PM   #11
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Hi James and welcome to the forum!
I'm also in the Kingston area and it just happens that I'm towing with a Ford Ranger with specs very similar to yours. We're not new to camping but we are new to travel trailers. After looking at all the dealerships within a reasonable distance we ended up with a Rockwood Mini-Lite 1905 from Select RV. Dry weight comes in at a tad over 2800 # so I figure even if we pack in 1000 # of people and gear we are still a good 1500 # under our max. It's just two of us but we''ll have room for a couple of grandkids when the time comes (hint hint DD's) It tows very nicely but the Ranger certainly feels it on the hills, revving around 4000 to keep up the speed. (I have a tranny cooler)
Not a lot of storage space and after reading the forums might have opted for a similar double axle model for safety in case of a tire blowout. All in all tho we are very pleased with unit, everything works, no major issues.
Feel free to PM me if you have any questions. Oh and you can see pics of the rig in the Canada forum here under "maiden voyage Bon Echo PP"

2016 Silverado 5.3L Z71 with tow package
2012 Rockwood Mini Lite 1905
Distribution Hitch: Trunnion
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