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Old 05-07-2013, 11:58 PM   #1
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Picked up our 320RS today. Now to load it up and off we go!!!!!!! Already having fun!!!!!:
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Old 05-08-2013, 12:01 AM   #2
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Congrats!!!

Looks great.
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Old 05-08-2013, 12:41 AM   #3
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Nice new 5th wheel.
One thing I would say is make sure you maintain the proper tire pressure all the time. A 5th that big will heat up under inflated tires quickly.
I always checked mine before, during and at the end of my trip.
No one wants a blowout on a trip.
What type of tires did they put on it?
What load rating?
What max psi?

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Old 05-08-2013, 06:05 AM   #5
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You're about to have the best time of your life. We have had our 320RS for 14 months now, and basically are "quarter-timers" - spending at least one week out of each month in it. This month...we're taking a 10-day vacation in addition to the 7 days...so for the month of May it'll be half-time.

Since getting it, we've stayed 119 nights in it (82 last year and 37 so far this year) and have loved every night.
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Nice new 5th wheel.
One thing I would say is make sure you maintain the proper tire pressure all the time. A 5th that big will heat up under inflated tires quickly.
I always checked mine before, during and at the end of my trip.
No one wants a blowout on a trip.
What type of tires did they put on it?
What load rating?
What max psi?

Iggy - the dry weight is about 11,000 and I'm not sure what tire they're using currently, but I can tell you mine have Load Rating E and PSI of 80 pounds.
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Nice new 5th wheel.
One thing I would say is make sure you maintain the proper tire pressure all the time. A 5th that big will heat up under inflated tires quickly.
I always checked mine before, during and at the end of my trip.
No one wants a blowout on a trip.
What type of tires did they put on it?
What load rating?
What max psi?

Westlake tires, load E,80psi. you are right on about pressure, as an old retired truck driver I still do a pretrip on everything i pull. BacK to Gulf Shores, Al in Nov just like last 3 years but now with a Penthouse on wheels!!!
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Wow, nice!!!
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You will have alot of good times in your new rig
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Congrats! Very nice indeed.
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