One of these may fit the bill
Been giving a Fifth Wheel alot of thought as opposed to trying to make my Outback TT ready for winter.
Been looking at the Columbus 320 and 365. These are very appealing units. Looks like I could pull either with my Silverado without problem - at least I've gotten alot of advice in that direction. I am a tad nervous about pin weight. Rest of it is well under the specs for my truck.
Do have a couple questions though.
Opted with thermopane windows, would either be OK in a western PA winter?
Would you opt for or against the slide toppers if you had to deal with snow?
Any thoughts on the kitchen layout. I know one has the bigger refer - that would be overkill for me probably. Not sure why the island is not fixed in the 320 - I don't see the benefit in rolling it around. Don't quite know which cabinets I'd use as a pantry in either unit.
Front bedroom AC - how much does that add to pin weight?
Stackable washer/dryer would be something I'd want - goes up front - any idea what this adds to pin weight? Think this would be really heavy.
Generator - another item I might want - where does it go? How heavy an option is it? Does it need it's own battery? Where to the batteries live?
Is there room for a swing out tv in the basement compartment/place to mount the arm? Coax hookup/power?
Are the bedroom tv and the main tv wired to share the same satellite box?
Is rooftop satellite pre-wired? Can the winegard trav'ler be factory ordered/installed? Are TV's set up to use HDMI?
There are two options for pin. What are the difference/preferred?
The 6 point leveling is something I'd want. How quick does this work once you push the button?