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Old 11-10-2013, 10:25 AM   #1
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The Hubster and I have been looking at RVs towable with our Honda Ridgeline. The posts we've read have been very helpful and so we thought
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Old 11-10-2013, 11:03 AM   #2
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Warm welcome from Arkansas. Good luck and enjoy your search.
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welcome to FRF!

as someone who almost bought a Ridgeline for a tow vehicle, i strongly suggest you do lots of research.

we ended up eliminating it from our choices, mainly because of Honda's anti-WDH recommendation and its 5000lbs. towing capacity, even though we both really loved it.

any company that doesn't recommend using a WDH for towing, is saying that it's not a competent tow vehicle. as far as i know, Honda is the only auto company that has this policy. to me it says, we don't trust our vehicles to tow anything but a boat or popup.

i know that there's a Ridgeline Owner's forum on the internet. you might want to do some research there.
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