Originally Posted by forssd
Recently sold my 31 ft Classic and Suburban 3/4 ton TV. Looking at the FC28RB Twin and 2018 Ford Expedition as TV. Naturally I will order it with the tow package and plan on a hensly hitch. Question is what model expedition will do the job? Extended version? Also is the Ford Tow package controller adequate or will I need a prodigy controller? Your experienced help would be appreciated. This will be my third airstream. Thank You.
Given that the hitch is set using the 3-Pass Scale Method, it’ll be a better rig than any with FF or RR live axles.
Shortest rear overhang — like fully independent suspension — is always the winner.
Andrew Thomson may have recommendations on which tire/wheel package. I’d follow that despite potential additional expense.
As to the brake controller, the DirecLink NE is the step up. Not the Prodigy.
I’d also add the TUSON (Lippert-branded) trailer-mounted electronic antisway.
And you’ll want to review the threads on TT disc brakes. Drums are a bad excuse for performance in this day & age.
The Hensley-patent hitch, the trailer antisway, and antilock disc brakes should all be factory standard.
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