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Old 07-28-2018, 01:55 AM   #21
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I tow with a Honda Pilot rated for 4500 and with a really good sway-bar control. that said I was advised to always tow with ‘overdrive’ off, which in the case of the Pilot means flicking the d3 on.
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Old 09-04-2018, 01:34 PM   #22
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I tow our 16 ft with a 01 dodge durango. 5.9L in it. I also have a 14 hyundai santa fe that I will be setting up to tow the trailer with too. IE tranny cooler, flat 4 to 7 pole wiring, with electric brake regulator, air bags for the hyundai and at minimum an antisway bar for the trailer.

Both rigs will pull the trailer just fine. I figure we have about 3000lbs when it is all said and done with our gear.
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How about a cargo van? Looking at Dodge Promaster 3500 vans.
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