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Old 04-30-2024, 01:16 PM   #1
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Question 2010 Cruiser RV fun finder 210 wbs

Hello. I am thinking or purchasing the model above and I have 2023 Toyota Forerunner V6. Dry weight limit of 5000lbs, tongue limit of 500lbs. Will the Toyota be able to pull this camper?
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First off, I have a 2011 210 wbs, you say 5000 pounds. I'm gonna guess is your towing capacity.
, I do believe that you're going to find your 1000 pound over what your vehicle is rated too!! If I'm wrong. And I don't think I am, that would be too much trailer. They gross 6000 I know because I own one. you'd be maxed out period not a Safeway to tow!
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Yes, don't do it!

My 2011 210WSD weighs close to 4000 lbs dry, i.e. bare bones, nothing else added.

In real life, I am pulling about 5000 lbs or more. Packed with food, utensils, bedding, clothes, BBQ, full propane tanks, any liquids in any of the tanks, etc.

I pull mine with a p/u truck, 5.3 V8 engine rated to pull 10,000 lbs, and use a weight distributing hitch as well. I would never haul anything more than that with this truck.

Your vehicle is rated to pull 5000lbs and maxing out like that is very unsafe. Your vehicle would be more suited to pull a small pop up style trailer. Not a 2110 WSD.

I've found out the hard way never to pull more than about 75% MAX of your vehicle's rated capacity. This is a good rule to follow and you'll avoid problems.
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Dusty is probably right. Closer to 6000 lbs in reality. Don't pull it with that vehicle.
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