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Old 10-06-2012, 07:02 PM   #761
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About a half hour before departing for some camping, wine tasting, and hiking in the Finger Lakes region.



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Picture of my favorite things at the campsite, my wife, my gsd Penny, the camper, and the ecoboost!
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Old 10-07-2012, 07:46 AM   #762
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in Oklahoma on way to Texas on a cold day

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our recent trip to Fort Casey state park ( washington st.)...pics taken from the ferry to Port Townsend. trip started on the oregon coast at the dunes rec. area, up thru Newport to Cannon Beach and then finished here, a great 3 week trip !
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Sorry about the earlier post w/o PICs. I will try again to post my PICs. I have resized, maybe that will work. Our Hybrid has a Queen fold-down in front and two full size in the back, one on either side. Has sleeper couch, and dinette with full bath and galley. These are PICs at Lake Murray OK.Lets see your campers being towed-trlrmury0201.jpg
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our recent trip to Fort Casey state park ( washington st.)...pics taken from the ferry to Port Townsend. trip started on the oregon coast at the dunes rec. area, up thru Newport to Cannon Beach and then finished here, a great 3 week trip !
How was the wind at Fort Casey? Every time I've visited the wind was pretty brutal. Sounds like you had a great time - beautiful areas too.
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On our way to Inverhuron Provincial Park for Thanksgiving.

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Does any of your guys f150 2011 or newer shudder or wobble when you take off 0 to 5 mph when towing your campers??
yes mine shudders and binds have yet to figure it out it even does it with my little 5x8 utility trailer i have an 08 f150
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Mine does NOT. Never had it...don't want it.
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from your pics it looks like the truck is a bit light in the front, had the same issue so i went to a little better wd system...the reese dual cam equalizer, also have air bags and i put more air in the rear tires. if you measure from the ground up to a landmark on the front of the truck before you set your bars, this is @ height you want after lifting up on the tongue of the trailer when you hook up ( before putting on the wd bars)... i crank up @ 15-20 revolutions on my trailer tongue crank, that gets me pretty level from the front to the back. just returned from a 3 week trip to oregon and washington and the trailer pulled fine with no sway on interstates and or any other roads... good luck ! ps, i pull a 27 foot trailer that weighs over 7000 lbs loaded
Would a leveling kit make my issue worse? I am not fond of the rake look.
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