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Old 09-03-2014, 06:41 PM   #1
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Brought home the new 31' Classic Limited

Just returned to Michigan from New Jersey with our new Classic after trading in our 41' Toy Hauler. What a nice trailer. We camped in it one night on the way back. Didn't get into the campground until well after dark. No flashlight or much of anything. We must have looked like a couple of morons. We did get a good nights sleep though. The trailer pulled real nice behind our F-450 without an equalizer hitch. We have a new F-250 on order and we are planning to hitch it correctly with the proper equalizer hitch. In Ohio we I had to make a quick lane chance onto the shoulder when some idiot came into our lane. The trailer was really wagging pretty good but the 450 held it's own and the trailer settled down.

We are really looking forward to camping and using our new trailer soon. I can see why A/S people like the trailer so much.


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Old 09-04-2014, 11:52 AM   #2
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Good looking rig. We still enjoy our 98 31' Limited. Hope you will enjoy yours for years to come.


and welcome to the forums!

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Old 01-25-2015, 03:38 PM   #3
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Welcome to the Classic Limited! We assume that yours is a 2011, since this model is only manufactured every five years. We, too, have a 2011. We pull it with a Sierra one-ton GMC (2015). We get tremendous gas mileage. Do yourself a favor and get a Hensley Hitch. You won't be sorry. At highway and interstate speeds, you will not know the trailer is behind you! We have a cabin in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and take our trailer there every summer to explore the Northland. It does well in the mountains and we have had very few problems. Jackson Center is five hours away, so that is no problem for us. The Terraport is a great place to park for factory service. Have fun! It sure beats the heck out of pulling something that tugs at all that air. A fifth wheel is good for that. If you haven't checked out the northernmost portions of your state, get to it whenever possible. The UP has a lot to offer.
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Old 01-25-2015, 03:45 PM   #4
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Congratulations. That is a nice looking rig. Enjoy!
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