I was gonna say... don't tell Vern.Dang it Jaxglide I missed that memo! This week I took a 30’ 6,800 pound Airstream from Ohio to Dallas TX and a 28’ 6,200 pound Airstream from Ohio to Okalahoma City OK. Towed them at 65 mph. I didn’t know it’s turd and can’t tow. I guess I didn’t know it was a race and just thought it pulled well from a stop and cruised 65 efficiently & effortlessly compared to a gasser. Maybe because it’s a diesel 8 speed and utilizes a WDH with built in sway control?
I mean I did once tow a 9,100 pound TT with a per CAT scale tongue weight of 1,100 pounds and I have to admit while I had no issues because of good set up it would have been better to have a HD for that job. Shoot I’ve put 645,000 miles towing RVs with this truck because I didn’t know any better. And now with your sage advise that it’s a turd and garbage for towing with a weak payload sticker I don’t know what I should do. Should I report to the nearest Freightliner dealership?
Due to your advice should we go to the tow haul section and delete all the pictures in the show us your rig towing thread? Please advise. Ok so now that you may have an idea that the parrots on the TT forums know next nothing about what actually constitutes a safe stable tow and why or how to set up a truck & trailer for a safe stable tow. You might read deeper for better information and ask intelligent questions instead of parroting warnings of a dangerous payload sticker. Welcome to the world of especially TT towing.