Not sure what you mean. The picture with the hill is from I-70 in a Utah rest area and you can see solar panels on poles, and the other picture is from The Ranch (Escapee's Park) in Lakewood NM. It may be an antenna for the WIFI but don't know. It was so hot there that my one A/C could not even cool the trailer so we left after the first night and headed north.BTW, what kind of antenna is that in the background? Looks like some kind of HF antenna?
UVW is 12,015 lbs. we travel light for the most part. We only move it once every 3-4 months. I rarely drive without some kind of trailer behind me for the last 30 years. I know limitations. If I don’t like it, even though it’s rated, we will get a diesel. I just don’t want a diesel that’s the only reason I bought the 6.4That a pretty heavy trailer. Your 2500 has enough CCC to handle the pin weight?
That is an amazing payload, my 2019 2500 with a 6.4L gas that I towed an Airstream with only had 2600 payload on the yellow door sticker. Pull it on the scales and AirStream was 9600 pounds and I was within 400 pounds of my max payload of the truck according to the CAT scales.. The 6.4L HEMI[emoji2400] V8 engine has a max payload of 3,990 pounds and best in class towing of 16,320 pounds.May 16, 2018
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I have both bikes on the back of my fiver. I have a clamp on hitch that I put on then built a brace to tie it into the frame. I also have a camera on the rear that I can watch them and have not seen them move. Next year I don't think I am going to haul them around though. My wife won't use hers and I don't ride much by my self.used to be a truck driver but just upgraded from pull behind to fth wheel I pull it with Chevy 3500 HD I've only used it one time last year but didnt take my bike I have planned a trip for June that I hope to take both bikes