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    I have just ordered a little teardrop, similar to the runaway campers, Rustic Teardrop Trailers . The small one, 900 pounds with AC, starting at about 6K



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Your gears really should match your tire size, assuming from your avatar pic you've upgraded from stock? There really isn't so much of a "towing gear". Having said that, I ordered mine from the factory with the towing package and it came with 3:73 gears.
    Biggest tire id run would be 35s and towing my trailer with rhino thru hill country

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep Bro 08 View Post
    Biggest tire id run would be 35s and towing my trailer with rhino thru hill country

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    Do you have an automatic or manual?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Overland_stormtrooper View Post
    am curious what do you think the biggest is that will fit it ? ............... I admit I stumbled on the tab trailers by accident not to long ago when I began looking at all the various options for em and I do like the tab trailers in general , I figure anything made by the Amish is bound to hold up a bit better than most , I like the size overall , and since we are somewhat limited in weight these fit that bill nicely while still being a fully equipped set up if you option it out that way .. ... and for the outback I liked it has more ground clearance seems like it is built a bit tougher than the regular tab as well ..

    there is a few others I like as well but for the most part they all range up pretty close to out overall weight limit , while these along with a few others that are pretty new on the market ( besides pop ups ) leave a bit of room to spare when fully loaded before getting to the limit ........
    also wondering how your doing on mileage when towing ...
    Here is the photo. As I stated, IMG_4459.jpgThe factory does modifications if you order it that way. I am sure you could get a lift put on it for larger tires. I bought out of stock in Columbus Ohio from a dealer there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Do you have an automatic or manual?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mule View Post
    I have just ordered a little teardrop, similar to the runaway campers, Rustic Teardrop Trailers . The small one, 900 pounds with AC, starting at about 6K



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    Make sure to postit up when you get it would like to see it for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep Bro 08 View Post
    Manual

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    You need to run at least 4.88, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    You need to run at least 4.88, then.

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    So if i re gear & im on 33s will it help with performance on hill while towing & just getting down the highway going 80mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overland_stormtrooper View Post
    am curious what do you think the biggest is that will fit it ? ............... I admit I stumbled on the tab trailers by accident not to long ago when I began looking at all the various options for em and I do like the tab trailers in general , I figure anything made by the Amish is bound to hold up a bit better than most , I like the size overall , and since we are somewhat limited in weight these fit that bill nicely while still being a fully equipped set up if you option it out that way .. ... and for the outback I liked it has more ground clearance seems like it is built a bit tougher than the regular tab as well ..

    there is a few others I like as well but for the most part they all range up pretty close to out overall weight limit , while these along with a few others that are pretty new on the market ( besides pop ups ) leave a bit of room to spare when fully loaded before getting to the limit ........
    also wondering how your doing on mileage when towing ...
    The MPG IS ABOUT 15.5 in the hills around northeastern Ohio.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bill.turner View Post
    The MPG IS ABOUT 15.5 in the hills around northeastern Ohio.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep Bro 08 View Post
    So if i re gear & im on 33s will it help with performance on hill while towing & just getting down the highway going 80mph

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    Dunno that i would wanna run down the highway doin 80 with a trailer behind me .. but then maybe thats just me

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