Originally Posted by TLightning
If a person doesn't want to drive it as a daily driver or can't afford the proper truck to haul a 16/18k Montana, then they should not buy that RV.
Intended purpose is the key, the proper vehicle is the one you need, not the one you want.
I totally agree but was being diplomatic. Based on what I have read here and heard in general some folks are bound and determined to tow with trucks that are at best barely suited to the job. Those folks not only risk their safety but also everyone else’s! That being the case we do have the right to call them out on it!!!
As for me, I want a truck that is capable plus a little safety margin. The question for me is not how easily does it get the wheels rolling but how well does it STOP!! Is the braking controlled and stable. Also is the vehicle stable in curves. That’s why I will continue to advocate for dual rear wheels! I am not concerned with what kind of unloaded in the rain braking I have. I am concerned about what kind of braking and stability I have while towing down a steep mountain in the rain!!! Anyone who argues that a SRW is going to brake better and be more stable in that kind of condition needs to have their head examined! Y’all