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Old 05-28-2013, 09:38 PM   #11
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I just wanted to put in my opinion also. You said that you are now looking at the 28 BHS which is still probably 32 or 33 feet (didn't check the specs). The wife and I bought a Wildwood X-Lite 26BHS. In February and we planned on pulling it with our 2012 Nissan Pathfinder. It was rated to tow 7000# so we figured we would be alright. It is about 4300# and we only put about 500 or 600 pounds in it. We brought it home from the dealership and everything was fine, however when we went on the first trip in April I couldn't go more than about 45 or 50 MPH without it pulling me all over the road. I don't remember who posted it on here but I saw a chart that showed trailer lengths and the wheelbase length that your TV should be. For a TT over 28 ft total length your TV needs to be at least 130 inch wheelbase. That was the problem I had. The weight wasn't the big issue. We went to the campground with the Pathfinder, but came back with a Chevy Silverado 1500. All I can say is much better. I definitely suggest you look at that, and happy camping.

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