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I just posted this photo up in another thread, but thought you might like to see it here. We took the "buy big" advice and may be looking to downsize after a season of getting used to it. This is at 36' bunkhouse with 3 slides and an outdoor kitchen. GVW is 9,995 with a hitch weight of 940. The truck really handles it well, but crosswinds can be challenging.
 

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I just posted this photo up in another thread, but thought you might like to see it here. We took the "buy big" advice and may be looking to downsize after a season of getting used to it. This is at 36' bunkhouse with 3 slides and an outdoor kitchen. GVW is 9,995 with a hitch weight of 940. The truck really handles it well, but crosswinds can be challenging.

What WDS are you using? It makes all the difference in the world WRT crosswinds.
 

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What WDS are you using? It makes all the difference in the world WRT crosswinds.
I am using a Blue Ox Swaypro WD hitch with 1,500 lb. bars. I'm pretty impressed with how well it works, but will ultimately get a Hensley or ProPride hitch. I just couldn't swing $3K for a hitch right now with a truck and camper purchase since June. The Swaypro was around $600 shipped.
 

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I am using a Blue Ox Swaypro WD hitch with 1,500 lb. bars. I'm pretty impressed with how well it works, but will ultimately get a Hensley or ProPride hitch. I just couldn't swing $3K for a hitch right now with a truck and camper purchase since June. The Swaypro was around $600 shipped.

That's what I have (blue ox) and it tows great. No sway whatsoever. Great hitch.
 

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Yeah I would recommend getting a good trailer from a reputable dealer and a good warranty. these trailers all have the same type of frigerators and heaters and everything else and they are not that durable and things do go out. Having a good dealer who will do warranty work in a timely fashion is irreplaceable. so whatever route you go just make sure you go through a good dealer that is my advice. I ended up buying a one-year-old Northwood Nash 29S (it is a 2018 and the 2019 was already out) off the lot and got a really good discount, which gave me extra money for an extended warranty. dealer I went through has already done repairs on it, most of them they completed on the same day I brought the trailer in. try to stay close to around 30' and under as some RV parks have limited spaces for the bigger trailers.
 
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