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aboyz
12-28-2020, 02:14 PM
Hi,

I wanted to some suggestion and know if anyone have tow a bullet 2200bh with a tacoma before? if so what is the weight and is it a smooth ride?

I'm planning to purchase a bullet corssfire 2200bh.
https://www.keystonerv.com/product/bullet-crossfire/comfort-travel-trailers/floorplans/2200BH

shipping weight: 4126lbs
carring capacity: 2174lbs
hitch: 425lb
tire: ST205/75R14D

Will my 2020 tacoma trd sport 4x4 able to tow this: Here is my truck spec.
the combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed": 990lbs

GVWR: 5600LB
GAWR FRT: 2940lb
GAWR RR: 3280LB

Thank you so much..

markcee
12-28-2020, 02:23 PM
Hi,

I wanted to some suggestion and know if anyone have tow a bullet 2200bh with a tacoma before? if so what is the weight and is it a smooth ride?

I'm planning to purchase a bullet corssfire 2200bh.
https://www.keystonerv.com/product/bullet-crossfire/comfort-travel-trailers/floorplans/2200BH

shipping weight: 4126lbs
carring capacity: 2174lbs
hitch: 425lb
tire: ST205/75R14D

Will my 2020 tacoma trd sport 4x4 able to tow this: Here is my truck spec.
the combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed": 990lbs

GVWR: 5600LB
GAWR FRT: 2940lb
GAWR RR: 3280LB

Thank you so much..

Short answer, no. You will be over your payload.

6300 trailer GVWR * .13 = 819 lbs Tongue Weight.
WDH = 100 lbs

That leaves you 71 lbs of payload remaining before you even get in the truck.

Didn't you ask a similar question several days ago? The math never changes. Trailer GVWR * 13%, + 100 for hitch + everything else in the truck (people and gear) cannot exceed payload capacity.

Frisbeekev
12-28-2020, 02:30 PM
It depends. Not to be a downer but, With a payload (Capacity of occupants and cargo) of 990lbs probably not. When figuring your trailer weight always go by the shipping weight plus the carrying capacity as you will have gear in it, propane, water (8lbs a gallon) batteries etc.... In your case 6300LBS. Already over your tow rating on the truck. The most important number is payload though. 990- the 630 (10% of your trailer weight when loaded). Only leaves you 360 lbs of room, and the is with no passengers or gear (bikes, generator, etc..).

So you need to figure the weight of all your passengers and gear and see if that exceeds the 360lbs.

flybouy
12-28-2020, 03:04 PM
Thread closed. Same question OP asked 12 days ago.