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Re: pulling a 31 ft.soverign by bob barker
Post New Message OK I'm confused. The responses here have suggested tow vehicles ranging from diesel powered 1 tons to Chevy Astrovans (which I believe have 4.3 liter V6's) I have recently purchased a 1973 31' Landyacht and was hoping to haul it around with my '88 Ford F-150 with an automatic overdrive tranny. Are the Airstreams not suppose to be lighter and more aerodynamic than the S.O.B.'s (some other brand)? And why are there photos of early 70's sedans pulling my trailer in the original owner's manual? Do I need to sell my farm so I can afford to go camping?
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Post New MessagePulling a 31 ft.soverign dennis 8-16-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign Karl 12-7-05  
  Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign Vic 10-3-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign Sam Nalley 9-18-02  
  Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 26 ft.sierra travel trailer with a 1997 ford v-6 f-150 joe boyle 8-17-04  
    Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign Lyall Sherred 11-11-02  
      Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign Joe Colao 11-11-02  
        Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign bob barker 6-5-03  
          Reply to MessageRe: pulling a 31 ft.soverign gale barchus 6-23-03  
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