Originally Posted by Tomgky
I don't like to travel with the extra weight of the water.
you do realize that the water weight will only reduce your gas mileage by a only a fraction of mpg?
the trailer's frontal air resistance is the bigger factor in gas mileage, way more than the extra weight of the water.
the only thing that makes sense not to carry water, is if you're towing with a marginal tow vehicle, which doesn't appear to be your case.
a lot of people think that the extra 200lbs.+ of water will save them fuel, when it only affects a fraction of a mile per gallon.
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