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  1. BobC
    04-23-2019 05:50 PM
    BobC
    I was looking at the nice photos of your Adventurer. However, in looking at the one of your tow bar and hitch, it strikes me that you have a lot of excess length, adding unnecessary and potentially damaging leverage and force on your hitch. If this were mine I'd modify the drop receiver so the vertical piece was as close to your trailer hitch as possible. Hopefully this can be done by drilling another hole rather than by cutting the tongue and drilling, but, if the tongue is solid, you may need to get this done professionally. In my situation, my drop receiver was fine but my ReadyBrake unit added excessive length so I shortened the tongue on my tow bar to match the shorter version sold by Blue Ox.
  2. rhodesaz
    02-28-2019 12:04 PM
    rhodesaz
    Armullis; Is this road more "challenging" than the Beartooth Highway (212) in Montana & Wyoming South of Red Lodge? I drove the Bearthooth in a 27' class A towing a 10' trailer. The only time I had to "pucker" was when I was passing another RV'er. Otherwise it was a great trip. (Albeit, I didn't see much of the country side while I was driving) We will be in Durango sometime next July or August.

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  • About armullis
    City
    Tampa
    State or Province
    FL
    Country
    USA
    RV Model
    Adventurer 37F
    RV Year
    2016
    RV Length
    37
    Location (City, State):
    Tampa, FL
  • Signature
    Arthur & Sheila Mullis and "Cam" the Kitty (FMCA # F474120)
    Driving 2016 Winnebago Adventurer 37F
    Towing 2018 Ford Explorer 4x4 Platinum

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  • Last Activity: 06-17-2019 01:23 PM
  • Join Date: 10-18-2018
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    2019 Winnebago Adventurer
    Adventurer

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Posted 10-27-2018 at 08:54 AM by armullis Comments 1
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On September 10th of this year, my new bride and I traded my 2015 Forest River Georgetown for a 2016 Adventurer. Sheila liked my Georgetown when we got married, but her chief complaints were the bedroom and bathroom were too small. I agreed! Since I am retiring in 2024, we wanted to get the coach upgrade now and get it paid off before we hit the road in the golden years. Additionally, there were some upgrades we wanted to get done sooner rather than later.

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