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Old 06-01-2018, 05:18 AM   #1
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New 2019 Palomino 8801

We just pulled the trigger on one! Will pick up on June 11. Not our first RV but it is our first Truck Camper. It will be sitting on a 2018 Ram 3500 SWD. Plenty of payload left for us to pull a small trailer.
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Old 06-01-2018, 07:14 AM   #2
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Allot of features in a small package, don't forget with the rear overhang you will need an extended shank if you are going to pull anything keep in mind the longer shank limits your tongue weight.
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Nice, congrats!
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Allot of features in a small package, don't forget with the rear overhang you will need an extended shank if you are going to pull anything keep in mind the longer shank limits your tongue weight.
Yup, already figured that into the Payload. I'll be putting a max of 300 lbs on the hitch. Boat fully loaded comes in under 2k and the small trailer with my trike comes in at 2,300 lbs. So less than 230 lbs on the ball.
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Nice, congrats!

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I don’t see an ac on top.
I see fantastic fans
Is there an ac on it
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Old 06-03-2018, 05:19 AM   #7
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I donít see an ac on top.
I see fantastic fans
Is there an ac on it
AC is installed by the dealership. No idea why they are shipped that way.
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We pick up our HS2902 the same day. Fingers crossed that we love it. It too, is not our first RV. We have had several older tent trailers and a hybrid toy hauler. But this is our first TC and our first new purchase. We too have a ram 3500. We went with the slide as we have to cram our two kiddos in and the ones without were just a little too tight. Good luck! Hope we love them!
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Hello - i was just wondering how you like your 8801 - I just pulled the trigger on a 2020 picking it up in Salt Lake City Utah next week
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Hello - i was just wondering how you like your 8801 - I just pulled the trigger on a 2020 picking it up in Salt Lake City Utah next week
The OP bought a toyhauler trailer over a year ago.
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