Here's another tow rig picture. Same Ram 3500 as in my other pics, but towing a 2010 Jeep Rubicon. The Ram gets used to towing the toy hauler, and then doesn't even know the Jeep is behind it when it gets to tow the Jeep.
Thats a nice little toy hauler though. The graphics look sharp, and I really like the aluminum wheels. Wish I would have got aluminum wheels with mine. It is 6 years old now, and the chrome wheels are becoming more of a battle each year to keep the rust off of.
Wow - quite the trailer ! What model is that ? Do you know what weight you tow at ? What do you think of the tow performance of that 2010 ? It looks like you are out west - how does it handle the grades ?
The trailer is a 37' Dune Chaser, by Mckenzie. GVWR for the trailer is 17,000 lbs. This is the third diesel truck I have towed this trailer with. The first was a 2005 Duramax, then a 2007 Duramax, and now this 2010 Cummins 6.7. I think the 6.7 Cummins does the best job towing of the three trucks. It has the most low end grunt, stays in top gear longer, and just feels more like it is really meant to pull that hard all day long, day in, day out, for as long as you need it to. It handles the grades well, and has never run too hot. I'm going to be towing a friends Jeep to California and back (1000 miles round trip) on Monday, and temps are predicted to be 113 to 122 along the way. Should be a good trip.