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Old 12-03-2012, 01:10 PM   #21
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from the chart I posted:
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Max trailer weigh 7400

This puts you 500 lbs under your 7900 lb goal. If it had 16' tires you could tow 7900 *or* 8300 if it was a 4x2 instead of a 4x4. Can you pack light to keep within range?
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If it's a T-2260 as Sunline fan suggests. Then dry GVW is 3240lb with a tongue weight of 385lb. He should have at least 3000lb to play with and still be safe
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I'm hoping its the 2260.Did they mix and match the floor plans more than what is in the brochure?
When the truck is ready I will go back to the owners and take some photos.
I am pretty good at packing light.Maybe I can take some of those space bags and instead of vacuuming air out I can pump helium in.
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Unless u plan on dry camping u can save 300 lbs. by towing without water or very little.
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I'm hoping its the 2260.Did they mix and match the floor plans more than what is in the brochure?
When the truck is ready I will go back to the owners and take some photos.
I am pretty good at packing light.Maybe I can take some of those space bags and instead of vacuuming air out I can pump helium in.
At this time, they had many different options for that basic 2260 floorplan. They had up to six different rear end options, including triple bunks, corner double bed, island double bed, twin beds, true stacked bunks (no fold downs), or one pull out couch/single bed and a set of stacked bunks.

There were also two different front end options. The standard front "A" had a front couch and half a dinette bench right inside the door facing the couch. The optional front "B" replaced that half bench with a free standing chair.

The model numbers were dictated by the rear end:

2260: triple bunks
--61: corner double bed
--62: rear twin beds
--63: rear island bed
--64: four (two stacks) bunk beds
--65: one stack of bunks plus one rear couch/twin bed

The same logic applied to the 24' trailers that use these same last two model number digits, which added a little extra space in the middle of the trailer, most noted by a pantry cabinet on the side of the refrigerator.

The 2400/2402 is a different floorplan with a bathroom along the rear wall instead of in the center. The difference between those two is again by beds- one has twins, the other a double.
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