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Old Today, 03:22 PM   #61
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I would add that if you go the SRW route, get the TV in a 4x4 configuration. I’ve had to use mine in 4WD more than once when positioning the 5er in a soggy area.

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Old Today, 03:56 PM   #62
Phil Saran
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You want a bath and a half plus bunks.

Start off with a diesel 3500 of your brand choice, because your looking for a 38 to 40 foot unit. The Cougar 333 MKS may fit your needs if it comes with bunks and the extra bath.

I have a new Cougar 30 RLS 5th wheel @ 34 feet and I tow with a Dodge Ram diesel 3500 4x4 because I like having enough chassis and brakes to handle most any load and the 4x4 because I live where we get snow.

Also my Dodge has an electric jake brake which is real nice for those 6% hills. Saves the brakes.

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2019 Keystone Cougar 30 RLS 5er
2012 Dodge Ram 3500 diesel 4x4
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