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Old 07-28-2009, 07:31 PM   #43
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I suffered a L4-L5, L5-S1 injury and at times walk like a question mark. I find that Lumbar support is very important and heated seats help a lot. My TV is a Jeep Commander Sport, it is rated at 6500lbs. It does not have the heated seats but the lumbar is adjustable. I just finished a trip from central Texas to Silverton Colorado and back in a week. Longest day was 700 miles driving and no back problems..
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I suffered a L4-L5, L5-S1 injury and at times walk like a question mark. I find that Lumbar support is very important and heated seats help a lot. My TV is a Jeep Commander Sport, it is rated at 6500lbs. Longest day was 700 miles driving and no back problems..
I confess to never having the opportunity to drive a Jeep, of any kind.

I have this preconceived idea though that they have a rough bouncy ride. It looks like some of the newer models are more refined with a pleasant ride. Hope I get a chance of driving one some day.
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I'm looking at buying a 23 or 25' Flying Cloud FB. I have a 2008 Chevy Avalanche LTZ. Is this tow vehicle sufficient for this type A/S.
Welcome to the forum, Roslyn. Your Avalanche should be capable of towing either trailer if it is equipped with the towing package. If it is not, I would suggest the 25' is too much.

The towing package includes a lower rear end gear ratio, transmission cooler, wiring for the trailer and brake controller, and usually a heavy duty suspension.

I currently tow an '01 25' with an '07 GMC 1/2 ton pickup, and I wouldn't want to tow anything bigger with it.
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Only four teenagers, two corsages, and a bottle of champagne. Should work.
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