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I'm looking for any info on the 24rl wildcat. My info is, i have a 2004 2500 Dodge with the hemi, i can tow 9000lbs. I pull a 24ft travel trailer that weights 5000lbs loaded to camp. Are the tanks big enough for a weekend or more? Have any problems? How
Has anyone actually seen one of these before? Don't even need a diesel to pull it! Ok maybe its 1974 not 2012 http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=56XL0TysIn0
Hello all. I have just purchased a 2006 32qbbs. I came across this site and wanted to say hello. I am from Reserve LA and this is my first fifth wheel. I came out of a 30 dbss puma so this is a big step up.
To all the 29BHBP owners, you know by now that the bunkhouse bedroom door has to be completely closed before you can put the slide back in. And how many times have we all checked that? Thousands! Well, I thought that it was shut and latched. Wrong! As I
Two slideouts/hydraulic. hydraulic jacks, electric rear stabilizers. Give me your Email and I will send lots of pics. Will include hitch also that is 1 yr old "Husky" 16,000lb.