17' Burro vs 13' Uhaul, buying decision - Page 2 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 11-01-2012, 02:39 PM   #15
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Trailer: 1984 U-Haul 13 ft CT
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I also have a 13' U-haul for sale. But let me say something about the towing. We had a Chev Tracker, 2.0 litter, 4 cylinder and had no problems pulling the 13'. I have also towed it with my Suzuki Samurai, 1.3, 4 cylinder, it towed it but not so great. But your Izusu Trooper should have no problems with either. I've owed a Trooper and a Rodeo and they both tow wonderfully.


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