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Old 08-04-2007, 09:14 PM   #15
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Thanks for all the advice folks. I really appreciate it. I must admit I'm feeling a little queasy now about currently towing with the Odyssey after reading some of the comments. The good news is I have about 4 months before I head for a trip to Florida. That gives me time to do more research and get the proper vehicle. My first step is getting the trailor weighed next week since we've had some interior work done and I want to know exactly what I'm dealing with.
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Thanks for all the advice folks. I really appreciate it. I must admit I'm feeling a little queasy now about currently towing with the Odyssey after reading some of the comments. The good news is I have about 4 months before I head for a trip to Florida. That gives me time to do more research and get the proper vehicle. My first step is getting the trailor weighed next week since we've had some interior work done and I want to know exactly what I'm dealing with.
Good for you. I'm beyond pleased that you've considered whats been said. I think you'll be far better off in the long run.
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Happy travels, Duncan. None of us want to sound harsh, but we want you to tow successfully and we want to share the roads safely with you.

Best of luck in your search for a competent tow vehicle!

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