Re: anyone pulling a camper or trailer - question
Hey thanks. The one i think ive settled on is 26.5 ' and weighs dry 4800. The book says max weight is 6500. I had a boat i used tow all over, and i guess that was 3500, and man, you would hardly know it was back there.
It is being delivered to campsite, but one day i'd like to maybe move to florida with it. So more than likely thats the only road trip i would ever do.
I found pics online of a WK pulling a 32 ' + Airstream . The guy claims all you have to do is , like you said, weight distribution hitch, sway controller, and reinforced crossmember under the back of the jeep. Making it a class IV hitch. But heck, that is crazy!!!
sshhh dont tell the wife-Pirelli Scorpion ATR 247/70/15-Monroe LLs-Bilstein 4600s-Moog strut spring isolators & Rustys 1/2" spacer - Commander rear swaybar-Pioneer w/nav & back up cam-