View Poll Results: Which truck do you tow your Airstream with?
Ford F150 20 19.42%
F-250 12 11.65%
F350 9 8.74%
Diesel? 16 15.53%
Chevy (GMC) 1500 9 8.74%
2500 14 13.59%
3500 2 1.94%
Diesel? 7 6.80%
Dodge (RAM) 1500 10 9.71%
2500 14 13.59%
3500 3 2.91%
Diesel? 15 14.56%
Toyota 10 9.71%
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Old 08-08-2015, 11:49 AM   #1
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What do you tow your Airstream with?

This question recognizes there are other vehicles used to tow an Airstream.
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Old 08-08-2015, 12:36 PM   #2
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I have two tow vehicles of different configurations, but system allows for only a single input.

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None of the above.
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Old 08-08-2015, 12:53 PM   #4
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Looks as if this poll is not very accurate!
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Old 08-08-2015, 01:08 PM   #5
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Is there a purpose to the poll or just general knowledge?

Ford, Chevy and Fiat-Chrysler are split out by various models but Toyota is just lumped as a single entry. At least split it by truck or SUV. I tow my trailer with a Toyota SUV but the previous owner pulled it with a Tacoma. Others use a Tundra but there's different configurations of Tundras.

So going back to my original question, what are we trying to determine?
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In order to see the poll and vote I had to log in as if I were on my computer.
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Is there a purpose to the poll or just general knowledge?
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Just general knowledge - a breakdown of the major 3 truck makers and those most seem to have/use. As stated, this poll recognizes there are other vehicles that tow Airstreams. Certainly it could be more specific and add all sorts of models and configurations...
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Like the new one better for quiet an comfort. Doggies like it a lot.


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Not to start a flame war or anything but I'm surprised at the amount of Toyota's. America makes some fine pickup trucks and to tow an American made icon trailer with a Japanese truck seems a bit odd. To each his/her own though!
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No flame, but personally I have had American pickups, and I get much much more reliability and comfort from Toyota... And mine are actually built in the USA...


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