Got home yesterday after a twelve night trip to Eastern Montana and Western South Dakota. We gave our 2608 a good workout and it performed flawlessly. We stayed in full hookup sites, partial hookup sites and one no hookup site. We used the A/C and the furnace on the same days without a hiccup. We used the fridge and the water heater on both ac and propane, bingo. Ran the television on Dish Tailgator and campground cable and both did well, but did not try the over the air antenna.
Towing was great. I am very happy with how it towed behind my F250. But, I donít think I would want to tow it behind a half ton but thatís just me. I had one day driving between Billings and Bozeman in Montana with some pretty strong winds. I was moved about a little and did slow down from 65 to 55 which helped. Never had a sway issue, I was just getting pushed to the side a bit, both truck and trailer. The trailer was loaded pretty heavy with clothes and personal items but I only carried about 12 gallons in the rear located FW tank. A full FW tank (60 gal +/-) makes a difference for me.
Most of my driving was on I-90 crossing several passes including the Continental Divide. I sure like the tow/haul feature on my F250, it got a good workout coming down those grades. I kept my flatland speed to 65 but did bog down to 40ish on the passes. Gas motor. I did drive some two lane state highways and that was no problem with my setup whatsoever.
Most of my many years of towing has been local within 2-3 hours of home with the exception of one cross state trip and one trip to Glacier Park. So I was interested in how both myself and my truck/trailer would do on a 2,200 mile trip and Iím happy to say both performed well!