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sarguy1941

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Not sure. Our CTC is only 10" taller than the jeep with the Vnose. Unfortunately with the noose I couldn't use a weight distribution hitch so went with the air bags. I also went with E rated BFG when I replaced my tires to help stiffen up the rear a bit. I will say there were a couple areas where towing was a dream. I think I was getting a tail wind and it was a nice calm day. This picture was at the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart. The other thing I did do but ended up dropping was the thron adapter with the mirrors from the JK. While it was nice on some areas I found that the trailer only being 5' wide (narrower than the bed) I really didn't need them. Had great view around it. They were nice in the cities as it just gave me that extra vision feeling. If the trailer were wider they would have been perfect. I need to get back to my spreadsheet.
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Interesting report. Not sure why I have had such a different experience towing behind a lifted Rubicon on 37s. I've towed our 3500 lb camper far more distance than that and not had any issues. It's probably more aerodynamic which might help. I also have a weight distribution/anti sway hitch. Maybe that is part of the difference.

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Love the wrap on your camper.
 

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