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  • Birthday 09/21/1950

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  1. Thanks for the info, interesting system. I'll look into it, thanks! Thanks for your reply also!
  2. Thanks for the response, it just seems strange to me for some reason.
  3. Greetings, new guy here. We bought a used Winnebago Journey 40U in late September and currently have it in storage at the dealers location. I have a 2013 Chevy Silverado 4x4 that we used to tow our travel trailer for a number of years and now will become the towed unit. The manual tells me how to set it up for flat towing and that procedure is no problem. I have a new base plate assembly, new tow bar (the one on the rear of the motorhome looked pretty nasty) and the wiring harness to the rear of the truck to the junction box for lighting. The only item to deal with is the braking system. Trying to decide between the Blue Ox Patriot 3 or the RVi3 systems. My question boils down to this, when towing the truck or car behind the motorhome what make the vehicle being towed track properly? Does the front wheels just follow because of the way it's hitched. It just seems weird that it would follow and not turn off to one side or another. Thanks for any info! Gary - KB9VGD
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    Litter Box Location

    It's an old thread but, we place a rubber mat in the shower and the kitty box on top. We always use the campground shower instead of the rig's shower.
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