From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
The trailer you’ve got your eye on has just about everything you need. Big slideouts, an outdoor kitchen and a huge awning make it the perfect camper you need for years of adventure in the wild. But there’s one glaring problem: it’s heavy.
Most travel trailers are in the neighborhood of 6,000 to 8,000 lbs., and that’s before you put food, drinks, clothes and the bunches of other stuff necessary for a weekend (or longer) excursion. Your half-ton truck, while reliable, doesn’t look like it’s up to the challenge of carting it down the highway dozens of times.
Should you be concerned? Can you tow a new travel trailer with a half-ton vehicle?
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