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Right on cue, the same dudes, half-a$$ reading the thread (if at all)...
I already posted my opinion on the drawbacks of a dually towing your 5er, but let me bottom line it for the slow kids:
Unless you are some kind of campground hermit, once you park the 5er - you will have to go outside the campground. At that point, it's like daily-driving the dually in an unknown location. Most places, especially tourist areas, are not fit for a dually.
I did some serious traveling this summer, and due to the size of my setup, I have to stay at campgrounds accommodating big rigs. I have not seen a single dually pulling a 5er, not one! Most people seem to choose the motor home + small vehicle alternative to a dually with a heavy 5er, and rightfully so.
Not the same thing. My mirrors are usually above the cars next to me in a parking spot (or I can fold them), so no issue there, but your dually fenders are right at vehicle level. Not an issue in Texas (or any rural setting), but try parking that dually at the parking lots of a beach town...
We’re not slow kids........you just have extremely, extremely poor written communication skills, coupled with extremely poor cognitive thinking abilities, often times exhibited by passing off opine as fact, in a cookie cutter type format.
Since we are now into name calling.....I’ll just say you’re a Puss that apparently is either too skeeeeeerred and / or too inept to drive a DRW on a daily basis.
Maybe you can start another thread with value.....like your air filter thread?
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Last edited by gsbrockman; 08-23-2019 at 11:40 AM.