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Old 04-02-2012, 10:24 AM
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*LOVE* the floor plans and pics inside the campers.
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:03 AM
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2010 F150, 5.4 3.73 MaxTow. 2011 NorthTrail 26LRSS, 7200lbs loaded, 31'10.
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2010 F150 5.4 3.73's MaxTow. 2011 NorthTrail 26LRSS 7200lbs loaded 31'10".

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Originally Posted by country4life50 View Post
29bhbs
You need to adjust your WDH or you're just way overloaded.
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Here you go:

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Old 04-02-2012, 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by pappcam View Post
You need to adjust your WDH or you're just way overloaded.
the guy does have a front leveling kit - which would make it look nose high when towing.

just wondering if anyone noticed this in his signature?
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:22 AM
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Brand new RV - Wolf Pack WP19 - just picking it up.



At home - showing it off the the neighbors and getting ready to load my 2 ATVs inside


Stopping for grub on our first trip. Didn't have the weight distribution system set up perfectly for this rig (truck and camper). Was set for my last pop-up camper being towed by my Sport Trac with an ATV on the deck (see picture later in this thread). I adjusted it for this new camper right after this trip. This combination was MUCH HEAVIER then my old combo.



Need I say more?



Our first trip - 200 mile tow FULLY LOADED - looking at around 8,500 pounds. Towed like a champ except for the low speed shudder that is now resolved.

Click here for the "low speed shudder" resolution:

https://www.f150forum.com/f38/axel-w...ension-141106/

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Old 04-02-2012, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by justjimmy View Post


Need I say more?
looks like both your OHV have two extra training wheels



kidding, been looking into the wolf pack myself - thanks for sharing pictures
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Old 04-02-2012, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by KGSloan View Post
looks like both your OHV have two extra training wheels



kidding, been looking into the wolf pack myself - thanks for sharing pictures
My real need for this model toy hauler was that I needed to ATV's inside and still give me the smallest toy hauler.

The Wolf Pack 19WP was the perfect fit. It's only 21' from ball to bumper and am STILL able to fit both quads inside with room to spare. I sometimes put a full size generator in there too.

It also holds 30 gallons of gas and a 50 gallon water tank so dry camping for an entire weekend is easy.
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Originally Posted by Mike Up View Post
and the camper pics if you got them. I couldn't find a thread dedicated to campers alone and I get tired of going through tons of pages trying to find them so I thought about starting this thread.

So if you have one of those little tent trailers that can be pulled by motorcycle or vehicle, a tear drop, a Pop Up, a travel trailer, a fifth wheel, or even a bed mounted truck camper, let's see them.

Here's my pics of my 2008 Jayco Jay Flight 19BH. It's dry weight is 3900 lbs and with water, gear, propane, and battery, it comes in around ~5000 lbs.
The specs on your Jayco look pretty close to the Coachman I looked at a couple weeks ago. (realizing that since it's a different brand and model...and will be loaded differently, curious what your tongue weight is on that camper).

I'm heading to my inlaws this weekend to pick up the popup. I'll post pics in a week or so.
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