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Old 08-31-2011, 04:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The conventional square white box TT (or 5'er) tends to have a relatively high ground clearance compared to, say, an Airstream. And lack an enclosed underside. The trade-off comes for clearing ramps to and from lots to the roadway (grade change), and in trying to park in some out the way places. A nosecone and kammback would be best, overall, followed by correct hitch rigging (5% are done right), disc brakes, best brake controller, etc.

But most RV's are likely to see but 5k annually in miles. Most owners aren't as concerned as they might be.

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